clinical trials

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

BioPharmX developing topical Minocycline Gel 1%

A phase 2 trial for a topical minocycline gel for the papules and pustules of rosacea has just been listed. BiopharmX, the sponsors of the trial, suggest that the product BPX-04 has “good tolerability and promising efficacy in rosacea” and also showcases “the value of our anhydrous hydrophilic topical delivery system.” The trial will compare the […]

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Mirvaso + Dysport being trialed together

A clinical trial has been listed proposing the combination of Mirvaso and Dysport (the Galderma owned Botox-like product) to treat the redness and flushing of rosacea. So if you have ever wondered whether botox and Mirvaso might work well together, this trial is for you. The trial will examine how well the combination of Mirvaso […]

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Sol-Gel’s S5G4T-1 benzoyl peroxide cream for papules and pustules

Described in the official trial only as a “topical cream”, Sol-Gel are undergoing a Phase 3 trial for a product newly designated as S5G4T-1. What is S5G4T-1? Although the clinical trial listing doesn’t provide any details about the components of S5G4T-1, their own web site reveals more information. Based on Sol-Gel’s product portfolio, it seems clear that S5G4T-1 is […]

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Rhofade as an adjunct to IPL, PDL and KTP Laser

Allergan is sponsoring a clinical trial to evaluate whether their oxymetazoline HCL 1% based treatment – Rhofade, is an effective adjunctive treatment for rosacea patients undergoing treatments with Pulse Dye Laser (PDL), Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) or KTP Laser. The trial is designated as a Safety and Tolerability measure, so researchers will be looking for […]

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Houston ZIP Codes 77004 and 77598 we want you for a trial

[Sponsored Post – Reposting] Are you having problems with Rosacea? The Center for Clinical Studies is looking for volunteers, age 18 and over that have been diagnosed with Rosacea to participate in a clinical research study for an investigational foam. To qualify you must: Be age 18 or older Have moderate-to- severe rosacea Willing to minimize […]

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