Hyperhidrosis / Excessive Sweating Clinical Trials
Hyperhidrosis is a type of excessive sweating. The sweating can occur when you’re not even hot or exercising. Often times, this uncontrollable sweating occurs in your underarm area. When that happens we call it axillary hyperhidrosis, and
it affects millions in the United States. What’s more, many people don’t know that it is a medical condition that can be treated. Those who experience this can find it extremely uncomfortable and unpleasant to have sweat stains on their shirts and clothing.
Invetigating New Treatments
The search is on for new treatments, and are proud to be part of the clinical trials developing new ones. We currently have hyperhidrosis clinical trials ongoing. So, if you suffer from excessive underarm sweating, then give us a call. You will be compensated for your time and travel. You also get to help in the development of new treatments for people who suffer from the same condition.
About Our Current Studies
- We are evaluating an investigational treatment for axillary hyperhidrosis.
- It is an 11-15 week study with 13 visits.
- Participants must meet the following criteria
- be ages 9+
- Must not be pregnant or breastfeeding
- Must be exhibiting symptoms of axillary hyperhidrosis for at least 6 months.
- Participants will receive study drug and compensation for time and travel.
Do I Qualify for a Hyperhidrosis / Excessive Sweating Clinical Trial?
If you think you may have hyperhidrosis, then contact us, as we have an exciting new study for this particular disease.
You’ll talk to our study team, and have an examination by the doctor. You do not have to have insurance. All of that will be free. You will receive compensation for time and travel.
When you come in, first we’ll tell you about what the study entails. Then, you can make a decision about participation at that time. So, don’t walk around with the underarm rings!
Also, some of our current studies have flyers. You can view by viewing our current studies page. Or, if you know anyone who may be eligible for one of these studies, feel free to share the flyers with them! We look forward to hearing from you.
What are Dermatology Clinical Trials?
Clinical trials help us develop treatments and preventions for medical conditions. Since we specialize in Dermatology, some of the conditions we study include Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea, Acne, Sweating, Vitiligo, Hair Loss, and more.
Most of the clinical trials we conduct are considered “Phase 3.” In other words, this means that the treatments have already been proven safe on a smaller group of participants. In this phase, you will be part of a large group of participants that will help us understand the side effects and efficacy of the treatment.
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