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It’s more than just an inconvenience or a rash.

Don’t suffer silently from Eczema.

Clinical Research Studies are now enrolling & may be an option for you or your loved ones!

Are you struggling from red, itchy, scaly rashes or blistering skin, that is eczema?

We’re conducting Atopic Dermatitis Clinical Trials on an investigational treatment that may be able to help you and countless others.

You may qualify for the AD study if you or your child:

  • Are at least 12 years or older
  • Are diagnosed with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis
  • Have had a history of eczema for at least 6 months

We’re looking to see how well investigational treatments through eczema clinical trials may be able to help relieve symptoms of the condition. We’re also studying the safety, efficacy, and tolerability of investigational treatment.

*If you or your child may be eligible for this research study, you will receive study-related care, free of cost from a dedicated Medical Team. Insurance is not required for volunteering in any of our research studies. And you will receive complete reimbursement for all your travel expenses, including stipend, if you qualify.

*For adolescents who may be eligible to participate in one of our AD research studies, parents or legal guardians will be provided with informed consent, wherein all details of the study will be explained. If age-appropriate, assent by the participant is required as per local laws.

*Your participation in this research study is completely voluntary and you are free to leave at any time.

Please provide YOUR contact information only.
Atopic Dermatitis study

About Atopic Dermatitis (AD) Study in Michigan

The AD or eczema clinical trials will take place at our site in Troy, Michigan, with volunteers suffering from moderate to severe AD participating. Participants will receive all study-related care, including investigational medication and diagnostic tests, free of cost.

Volunteers may pre-qualify for the AD study if they:

  • Are at least 12 years or older
  • Are diagnosed with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis
  • Have had a history of eczema for at least 6 months

If participants qualify or are eligible for the Eczema Clinical Trials, they may be required to come to the site to complete the screening process and to enroll in the study. During the screening process, participants or their parents or guardians will have to sign the Informed Consent form. In the Informed Consent process, the study doctor will explain all study requirements and length of participation in greater detail. For eligible participants who are below the age of 18, parents or their guardians are required to completely understand the study requirements and the study treatment. They are required to ask any questions they have about the study from the study doctor, before signing the Informed Consent form.

*Volunteers who are eligible for the study will receive all study-related care from experienced healthcare professionals including doctors and nurses, at no cost to them or their insurance.

Get Started: What to Expect?

This study involves clinical research for investigational atopic dermatitis treatments. If you’ve had moderate to severe eczema for 6 months or more, you may be eligible to participate in our Eczema Clinical Trials near you in Michigan.

During the screening phase, the study doctor will go through all of the study criteria and the length of your participation in further detail. If you qualify after screening and diagnostic tests, you will be asked to sign an informed consent form. Once signed, you’ll be asked health-related questions and put through a series of health assessments to see if you’re a good fit for volunteering in our research trial. All study-related procedures, testing, and investigational or placebo medicine will be provided free of charge, with no cost to you or your private insurance. Reimbursement for study-related travel may also be available.

*Your decision to participate is completely voluntary. You can choose to leave at any time. You also have the right to not participate in this study if you choose not to.

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About Eczema

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Atopic Dermatitis vs. Eczema

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is the most prevalent type of eczema in the United States, affecting more than 9.6 million children and 16.5 million adults. It’s a long-term condition that can last for years, perhaps even a lifetime, and it can be misdiagnosed as a certain form of eczema. Asthma and hay fever are two more allergic disorders that can coexist with AD (allergic rhinitis)

Signs and Symptoms of Atopic Dermatitis

Itching is the hallmark of AD, along with sore or painful skin, Rashes can appear anywhere on the body in people with AD, and when scratched they can ooze fluid, and bleed, leaving the skin exposed to infection. Repeated scratching can cause the skin to become dry and discolored, with a thick and hard texture to it. The majority of AD patients have mild symptoms but they can change as they grow up and the symptoms might aggravate with time.

Impact of AD on Mental Health

Although not a life-threatening disease, it does have a negative impact on patient’s quality of life. Adults with atopic eczema are more prone to experience anxiety and depression. A 2018 analysis found a significantly increased risk of suicidal thoughts and actions in people with AD than in the general population.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Atopic Dermatitis?

Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a skin condition that causes redness and irritation. It’s most frequent among children, although it can strike anyone at any age. Eczema is a long-term (chronic) condition that flares up from time to time. It’s possible that it’ll be accompanied by asthma or hay fever.

What is the treatment for Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)?

Although there is no treatment for Eczema, many children’s symptoms improve as they grow older. However, a lot of people that struggle with the symptoms of eczema do get better. At Revival Research Institute, our team of experienced professionals is conducting Eczema Clinical Trials so that we can provide you with potential treatments that may be able to help lessen the symptoms.

Is Atopic dermatitis contagious?

No, AD or eczema is not contagious. Though susceptibility to AD can be inherited, it cannot be transmitted from person to person.

What is the cost of participating in a research study?

There’s no cost for participating in our eczema clinical trials as we cover all the expenses ourselves including travel and participation costs.

What is the purpose of Eczema or AD studies?

Revival Research Institute is conducting Eczema research studies near you in Michigan for the sole purpose of testing out the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of the investigational drugs. You may be eligible for any one of the studies and you will be presented with complete information about the study during the informed consent process.

Do I need insurance to participate in the eczema clinical trials?

To participate in all our research including the Atopic Dermatitis Clinical Trials, you do not need insurance. Participating in our research study will not cost you or your private health insurance.

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