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Clinical Trial 39881

East Windsor, NJ 08520

Study Summary:

Clinical Trial for Plaque Psoriasis
Are you or a loved one suffering from Plaque Psoriasis?

    See if you or a loved one qualify!

    Participation requirements
    You may qualify if you:
    • Are 18 years or older
    • Have been diagnosed with moderate to severe Plaque Psoriasis that covers at least 10% of your body
    About the Study
    This study is testing the safety and effectiveness of two investigational medications while used independently and simultaneously. Qualified individuals will receive study medication for approximately 16 weeks resulting in approximately 5 total site visits.

    What is Plaque Psoriasis?
    Plaque Psoriasis is a chronic, non-contagious skin condition that is caused by an overactive immune system. Skin cells build up and form scales and itchy, dry patches.

    Psoriasis is triggered by a variety of causes. Some common triggers include:
    • Stress
    • Infections
    • Injury to the skin (sunburn, scratches, vaccinations)
    • Certain medications
    What is a clinical research study?
    A clinical research study tests the safety and effectiveness of a new medicine or treatment in a population of volunteers. Every medical breakthrough goes through the clinical trial process, therefore, participants like you play a very important role in advancing medicine for present and future generations.

    See if you or a loved one qualify!

    Windsor Dermatology
    59 One Mile Road Extension
    East Windsor, NJ 08520

    Clinical trials are medical research studies designed to test the safety and/or effectiveness of new investigational drugs, devices, or treatments in humans. These studies are conducted worldwide for a range of conditions and illnesses. Learn more about clinical research and participating in a study at About Clinical Trials.