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If you live in the San Diego area and qualify you may be interested in the following clinical trial that is recruiting participants. A Rosacea study is for a topical minocycline foam and qualifying criteria are as follows: > 18 years of age male and females Moderate to severe rosacea (15-75 facial papules and pustules […]

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Galderma is set to trial the usage of Soolantra and Oracea in combination to treat sufferers of severe rosacea. What is Severe Rosacea? Severe rosacea is taken here to be participants with at least 20 but not more than 70 papules and pustules. The trial will aim to show that the addition of Oracea to […]

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Accuitis to trial ACU-D1 for Rosacea

A drug that is said to inhibit nuclear factor kappa beta (NFkB), is to be trialed as a rosacea treatment. The new treatment, code named ACU-D1 will be tested as a treatment primarily for the papules and pustules of rosacea. Clinical Trial NCT03064438 Efficacy of Accu-D1 in the Treatment of Acne Rosacea The study evaluates the safety, […]

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Dermata DMT 210 works for redness and bumps of rosacea

A press release today highlighting a new drug, based on Arazine, that is claimed to help both the redness and papules and pustules of rosacea through its ability to down regulate G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) signaling. The company developing DMT 210, Dermata, is releasing results from their phase 1 trials, and are looking to commence phase 2 trials […]

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Dr. Reddy trialing Topical Itraconazole 5% (DFD-04)

Dr. Reddy has listed a clinical trial to continue to investigate Topical Itraconazole 5% as a treatment for the papules and pustules of rosacea. So we can add DFD-04 to the list of new drugs in development for rosacea. From Dr. Reddy’s 2015 Investor Day Presentation. We target underserved segments within large disease areas both […]

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