Study of atopic dermatitis and constitutional eczema
Do you suffer from atopic dermatitis/constitutional eczema and is your current treatment not working adequately?
Eczema can occur in a variety of ways. There is the well-known dry, scaly skin that may or may not be accompanied by bumps or crusts. On the other hand, it can also occur to a worse degree so that there are scratches and the dry skin shows red patches of irritation. Most common symptom associated with eczema is itching. There is a difference between psoriasis and eczema. Participants with psoriasis cannot participate in this study.
You yourself may have experienced that current creams/ salves are unfortunately not always effective. Itchy skin can therefore cause daily discomfort. Since there is not yet a conclusive solution for you and your fellow sufferers, science continues to search to help you too in the future. Anima Research Center has started a study with a new drug against atopic dermatitis/constitutional eczema.
Are you considering participation in a clinical trial of a new drug to treat atopic eczema? Then register quickly because places are limited.
Prior to your possible participation in the study, we will arrange a "screening meeting" where you will have the opportunity to discuss with the research physician any necessary questions or uncertainties in a discreet manner.
Participation in the study
- 25% receive a placebo
- 75% will receive an active test vaccine in 3 different doses depending on the study group you are in
- Are you between 18 and 75 years old?
- Are you in stable health?
- Is your current treatment for atopic dermatitis/constitutional eczema not working adequately?
- The study lasts about 6 months
- You will need to come to the study center at least 17 times during this period
Anima Research Center
Alkerstraat 32Z (Building D)
You will receive a fee to compensate for the time and actions invested. This compensation is a flat rate of €150.00 per visit. Your study participation may include 17 visits or more. The visits are paid on a personal electronic Monizze card, which you will receive during a scheduled visit.