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Psoriasis Clinical Trials in Columbus

Psoriasis Clinical Study

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Psoriasis is a disease that causes raised, red or white scaly patches to appear on the skin. These patches are usually on the elbows, knees and scalp, but can appear on any area of the body. This condition can be itchy and painful, and the patches may also crack or bleed. The causes of psoriasis are unknown, but research shows that the immune system and genetics play a role in its development. Primarily seen in adults, psoriasis affects approximately 7.5 million Americans.

While there are multiple types of psoriasis, the most common is plaque psoriasis, which is typically diagnosed by a dermatologist after an examination of the affected area. An individual can have mild, moderate or severe plaque psoriasis and treatments will vary depending on the severity of their condition.

Research into moderate to severe plaque psoriasis focuses on finding treatments to improve symptoms or even cure the disease. Clinical trials are a necessary part of any medical research, and there are many focused on moderate to severe plaque psoriasis treatment.

If you suffer from moderate to severe plaque psoriasis, you might be eligible to volunteer for a clinical trial. Participants may receive compensation for time and travel. To see if you or someone you know may qualify, please contact us at 614-501-6164 or complete our online volunteer form.

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