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Current Trials

One of the premier services that we offer at Aesthetic & Dermatology Center is the opportunity to have access to the most recent advancements in dermatological treatments. We pride ourselves on providing high-quality, innovative care to all of our patients, and clinical trials afford us and our patients the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of the latest revolutionary treatments. Here is where we’ll post our open dermatology clinical trials.

If you’re interested in participating in a clinical trial, call our office today at (301) 610-0663 to determine whether or not you are eligible for our current trials.

 

Current Trials:

 

Axillary Hyperhidrosis Clinical Trial (Actively Enrolling):

Do you sweat heavily in your underarms? If you have been experiencing this symptom of axillary hyperhidrosis for more than 6 months, you could be considered for a new treatment. We are looking for anyone over the age of 9 who is not currently pregnant or breastfeeding. Dr. Green will treat your hyperhidrosis with an investigational treatment for 11-15 weeks. For more information or to find out if you’re eligible, contact us today at (301) 610-0663 or visit https://cardigan.sweat2much.com/. All participants will receive reimbursement for their time. This new treatment could be your solution to embarrassing underarm sweating!

 

 

Atopic Dermatitis Clinical Trial (Actively Enrolling):

Atopic dermatitis is the most common type of eczema. If you have noticed red, itchy rashes on your or your child’s arms, legs, or cheeks, you may be eligible for this new treatment. We are looking for children, teens, and adults suffering fro mild to moderate atopic dermatitis. Dr. Green will use a cream which contains bacteria normally found on healthy skin. For more information or to find out if you’re eligible, contact us today at (301) 610-0663 or visit https://www.research.net/r/atopic-derm-clinical-trial. Participants will receive reimbursement for their time. Ready to try something new for your skin?

 

 

Severe Acne Vulgaris Clinical Trial (Actively Enrolling):

Are you struggling with severe acne vulgaris? You may be eligible to try an investigational medication to treat your facial acne! The medication includes both a study cream and a tablet to treat your acne. If you are at least 12 years of age, have a clinical diagnosis of severe acne vulgaris, and have at least 20 inflammatory lesions and 30-120 non-inflammatory lesions on the face, you could be eligible for this novel treatment. If you think you or your child might be eligible, contact us today at (301) 610-0663. Do something about your severe facial acne and take control of your life!

 

 

Molluscum Contagiosum Clinical Trial (Actively Enrolling):

Right now, we’re recruiting for a clinical trial for molluscum contagiosum. Anyone who is at least 6 months of age and suffering from molluscum contagiosum is eligible for this trial. Qualified participants will be able to try new treatment advances at no charge while being compensated for time and travel. If you think you or your child might be eligible, contact us today at (301) 610-0663. You can finally find new treatment options that work for you!

 

 

Psoriasis Clinical Trial (Actively Enrolling):

Another clinical trial we are currently running concerns adult and childhood psoriasis. You qualify for this study if you are over the age of 2 and suffer from any degree of plaque psoriasis. If you think you may qualify and are interested in trying an investigative cream treatment, give us a call at (301) 610-0663 or visit http://psoriasis-study.com/ to see if you’re eligible. We understand that psoriasis is uncomfortable and sometimes painful, but you don’t have to deal with it! This new development in psoriasis treatment could be the solution you’ve been waiting for!

Interested in participating in one of our Clinical Trials? Fill out the form below and we’ll contact you with more details.

Past Clinical Trials:

  • Acne
  • Botulinum Toxins
  • Hand Eczema
  • Pre-cancers due to sun damage
  • Psoriasis
  • Seborrheic Dermatitis
  • Underarm Sweating
  • Warts