This is a multi-center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, phase II/III study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of spesolimab compared to placebo in the treatment of Netherton syndrome. This study will last up to 72 weeks with 16 clinic visits. Eligible patients will be randomized 2:1 to receive either spesolimab i.v. loading doses at Week 0 plus spesolimab subcutaneous doses every 4 weeks, or to receive placebo i.v. loading dose at Week 0 plus placebo subcutaneous doses every 4 weeks. At Week 20, all patients will enter the open label period to receive spesolimab subcutaneous dose every 4 weeks up to Week 52. There will be a safety follow up visit 16 weeks after the last dose.
This is an international, Phase IIb/III multi-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomised trial assessing the efficacy and safety of spesolimab versus placebo in patients with moderate to severe HS. Approximately 200 trial participants in Part 1 (Phase IIb) and 260 trial participants in Part 2 (Phase III) will be randomised. For Part 1, after signing the informed consent, trial participants will enter the screening period for up to 28 days, and if all eligibility criteria are met, trial participants will be randomised in a 1:1:1:1 ratio to either active group, including high dose, medium dose, and low dose group, or placebo group. Once randomised, trial participants will start a treatment period of 50 weeks. Administration of treatment will be up to Week 48.
This Phase 3 study is designed to assess the long-term safety and efficacy of lebrikizumab in participants 6 months to <18 years of age with moderate-to-severe AD. Participants who have completed Study KGBI through Week 16 without requiring the use of systemic rescue medication will be eligible to enroll into Study KGBJ. All participants will receive active lebrikizumab treatment during Study KGBJ. The planned duration of treatment for each participant is approximately 52 weeks. All participants will enter a post-treatment safety follow-up period approximately 12 weeks after the last dose of lebrikizumab. This study will include both on-site (in clinic) and remote visits (telephone calls).
Patients between 4-21 years of age with at least one wart or molluscum lesion are eligible to participate in this study. The duration of the study is a minimum of 4 weeks with the maximum duration of monthly treatments for one year, depending on lesion clearance. The number of lesions will be chosen by the dermatologist. Patients who opt to participate will receive non-thermal, or cold, atmospheric plasma to treat all lesions selected. Safety profile as well as changes in size, pain and appearance will be measured. Photographs and dermatologist impressions will be used to measure treatment response.
This project is a pilot study to determine if use of the J-Tip Needle-Free Injection System, used to administer local anesthesia, has any effects on the appearance of skin samples when viewed under a microscope compared with skin samples that have been injected with local anesthesia using a needle. If use of the J-Tip device for local anesthesia delivery is shown not to alter the microscopic appearance of skin, anesthesia for skin biopsies in the future may potentially be performed without a needle, allowing for less fear and pain.
The study is being conducted to learn more about rocatinlimab in people with AD. It will see if rocatinlimab is effective to treat people with AD and whether it causes side effects. It will also help to establish the beneficial impact of the study treatment with rocatinlimab on the related outcomes including skin itching, skin pain, sleep loss, and impaired quality of life in people with AD. The study duration will last a maximum of 68 weeks (about 1 year 3 months), including a screening period of minimum of 8 days and up to 30 days, a 52-week study treatment period, and a safety follow-up (SFU) visit 16 weeks after the last dose of study drug in case you do not continue into the long-term maintenance study.
In clinical practice, standard of care for treatment of adolescent acne includes extended courses, i.e., 3 months or longer, of systemic tetracyclines, a type of antibiotic.The gut is home to many bacteria. Administration of antibiotics kills these bacteria and prevents them from repopulating during critical developmental periods. The lack of these bacteria has effects on metabolism, fat, and bone mass
accrual in adolescent mice. Given what we have observed in mouse studies,
we are interested to observe the impact of systemic tetracycline acne therapy in adolescents on fat deposition and the skeleton.
This is a global, Phase 3b/4, randomized, open-label, efficacy assessor-blinded, multi-center study that will evaluate upadacitinib compared with dupilumab, as monotherapy, in adolescents and adult subjects who have inadequate response to systemic therapy. The study will consist of a 35-day Screening Period; Period 1, a 16-week randomized, open-label, efficacy assessor blinded treatment period for all subjects, and a 30-day or 12-week follow-up visit for subjects on upadacitinib and dupilumab respectively, who will not enter the Period 2; Period 2, a 16-week open-label, efficacy assessor blinded extension period for those subjects with a < EASI 75 response at Week 16 (total duration 32 weeks) and a 30-day follow-up visit.
Ritlecitinib (PF 06651600) is an investigational drug (referred to as "study drug" from here on) and is being developed as possible study treatment for participants with non segmental vitiligo (both active and stable vitiligo). The study drug will be compared with a placebo to find out if the study drug is better than the placebo for the study treatment of vitiligo. The duration of this study is a maximum of 60 weeks. There will be an initial screening period of 30 days where the study doctor will determine eligibility. If eligible, participants will be randomly assigned to receive the study drug or a placebo during a 52 week study treatment period. At the end of the treatment period, participants will enter a 4 week Follow Up Period.
The purpose of this study is to assess the dose dependent safety, tolerability and potential efficacy of QRX003 lotion in subjects with Netherton Syndrome (NS). This is a multi-center, randomized, vehicle-controlled, double-blind, parallel group comparison study of QRX003 lotion in adult subjects 18 years of age or older with NS. Approximately 18 subjects will be enrolled at approximately 7 sites. Subjects will be randomized (1:1:1) to treatment as follows:
1. QRX003 (dipalmitoyl hydroxyproline) lotion, 2% (Low dose)
2. QRX003 (dipalmitoyl hydroxyproline) lotion, 4% (High dose)
3. Vehicle lotion
Subjects will apply the assigned test article once daily in the morning to a designated Treatment Area for 12 weeks. Subjects will attend 5 clinic visits for up to 20 weeks.