Skin Care Research conducts a multitude of clinical trials. Some trials are closed for enrollment, or they have open enrollment. We’ll go over some of the clinical trials that Skin Care Research conducts. But first, let’s discuss what a clinical trial is.
What Is a Clinical Trial?
A clinical trial is a scientific research study or investigation conducted to evaluate the safety, efficacy, and/or effectiveness of medical intervention or treatment in human subjects. These interventions can include medications, medical devices, surgical procedures, vaccines, behavioral therapies, and more.
Clinical trials are essential in the development and approval process of new medical treatments and technologies. They follow a carefully designed protocol or plan that outlines the objectives, study design, inclusion/exclusion criteria, and methods for data collection and analysis.
Clinical Trials at Skin Care Research
Some of the trials that Skin Care Research is conducting are adolescent alopecia areata, acne, biological samples, frown lines, eczema, and more. Keep reading to learn more about each of these trails.
Adolescent Alopecia Areata
This is a type of hair loss condition that specifically affects teenagers and adolescents. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder, meaning the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks its own hair follicles, resulting in hair loss. If you or someone you know would be interested in a clinical trial about adolescent alopecia areata read more here.
Frown lines are the vertical lines that appear between the eyebrows on the forehead. They are formed as a result of repeated facial expressions, specifically frowning or scowling, which causes the skin to crease and fold over time. If you think you may qualify for this clinical trial, read more here.
Eczema is a chronic and inflammatory skin condition that affects people of all ages but is especially common in children. It is a non-contagious condition characterized by dry, itchy, and inflamed skin. Eczema can vary in severity, with some individuals experiencing mild symptoms while others may have more severe and widespread eruptions. If you think you may qualify for this clinical trial, read more here.
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These are just some of the clinical trials that Skin Care Research is conducting, and it’s constantly changing. If you think you’re eligible or want to check your eligibility status for a clinical trial, call Skin Care Research at 561-948-3116.