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Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) Clinical Trial

Clinical Partners, LLC is looking for participants in a new Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) clinical trial being conducted at our Johnston, RI location.

If you are a male or female at least 2 years of age with moderate to severe Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema), you may qualify for this study. The study may include use of a topical Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) medication. Health insurance is not needed and you may receive compensation for participating in the study.

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Additional Current Clinical Trials

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  • New Clinical Trials Added in June
  • Plaque Psoriasis Clinical Trial
  • Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) Clinical Trial
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    Facial Acne Clinical Trial
  • Pruritus (Itch) Clinical Trial
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Plaque Psoriasis Clinical Trial

We are currently looking for participants in several Plaque Psoriasis clinical trials being conducted at our Johnston, RI location:

  1. Moderate to Severe Plaque type psoriasis. Male or Female 18 years or older. 24 weeks of treatment using an oral medication, twice a day.
  2. Moderate to Severe Plaque type psoriasis. Male or Female 18 years or older. 48 weeks of treatment using an injection form of medication.
  3. Moderate to Severe Plaque type psoriasis.  Male or Female between the ages of 18 & 75 years old. 16 weeks of treatment using an oral medication, daily.
  4. Moderate to Severe Plaque type psoriasis. Male or Female 18 years or older. 24 weeks of treatment using an injection form of medication.

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Additional Current Clinical Trials

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Winterize Your Skin in 5 Easy Steps

The biting cold, the dry air, and the whipping wind: winter in New England is no picnic. Whether you spend the majority of your time outside in the elements or inside at home or in the office, your skin is subjected to a lot more stress in the winter than in the summer. Here are 5 easy steps to help protect your skin from winter's effects:
  1. Use a daily facial moisturizer: The dry air that winter brings both indoors and outside sucks the moisture right out of your skin. Using a daily moisturizer, especially on your face, will reduce the effects of that harsh winter air.
  2. Use sunscreen: Not something we often think of doing in the winter, applying sunscreen daily is a must. Though the air is not warm, the sun's rays are equally dangerous and at times even more impactful than they are in the summer, should they bounce off the white snow. Whenever you see snow glare, think "sunscreen"!
  3. Protect your lips: Lips take a beating just like the rest of our skin. Make sure to moisturize them to protect them from the elements. We recommend a balm with shea butter like Aquaphor. Bonus points if your lip balm also has SPF in it, like ChapStick Sun Defense.
  4. Protect your hands: If you have dry, cracked hands, you're not alone. Painful skin cracks can easily develop on fingers and over knuckles this time of year. Prevent new damage with a hand moisturizer like Eucerin Intensive Repair Hand Cream, available at drugstores.
  5. Eat well: Put good ingredients in your body, and your body will be able to perform better even in less desirable weather conditions. Some foods even help moisturize skin, especially those high in omega-3 fatty acids, like fish, nuts, olive oil, avocados, and even oysters. If you don't typically eat well, consider taking a multivitamin with omega-3's, Vitamin E and zinc, which helps build collagen.
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Rosacea Trial Still Accepting Applicants

facial rosacea current trials clinical partners llc Do you suffer from redness and bumps concentrated on your forehead, cheeks, nose and chin? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical study of an investigational medicine for adults with papulopustular rosacea, a type of rosacea marked by redness and acne-like bumps. If you are 18 years of age or older and have a minimum of 15 papules or pustules on your face (acne-like red bumps) you may qualify for this study. Participants who qualify will receive study-related evaluations and medication at no cost. For more information and to see if you qualify, call Clinical Partners at 401-454-3800 or visit https://clinicalpartnersllc.com/current-trials/facial-rosacea/ for more information today.
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New Clinical Trials Added in June

We are excited to launch three new clinical trials this June! We are always looking to host groundbreaking clinical trials and make the research available to qualified participants in the Rhode Island area. pruritus clinical partners LLC Johnston, RI

Pruritus (Itch related to Eczema)

We are currently looking for participants in a Pruritus (Itch related to Eczema) clinical trial being conducted at our Johnston, RI location. If you are a male or female 13 years or older with moderate to severe Pruritus (Itch related to Eczema), you may qualify for this study. The study may include use of an oral medication.

Nail Psoriasis

We are currently looking for participants in a Nail Psoriasis clinical trial being conducted at our Johnston, RI location. If you are a male or non-pregnant female at least 18 years of age with moderate to severe Nail Psoriasis, you may qualify for this study. The study may include use of a topical Nail Psoriasis medication.

Plaque Psoriasis

We are currently looking for participants in a Plaque Psoriasis clinical trial being conducted at our Johnston, RI location. If you are a male or female at least 18 years of age with moderate to severe Plaque Psoriasis, you may qualify for this study. The study may include use of an oral Plaque Psoriasis medication. For information on all of our current and upcoming trials, click here!
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New Trial Added

We're excited to announce that we are looking for participants in a new trial recently added here at Clinical Partners, LLC. Do you suffer with moderate to severe scalp psoriasis?  Do you have red, course, thick scales throughout your scalp? If so you may be a good candidate for a scalp psoriasis study. Dr. Ellen Frankel and Clinical Partners are looking for participants ages 18 and older with a diagnosis of scalp psoriasis for at least 6 months.  An investigational topical drug is being used in this trial, which will last approximately 28 days. Medical Insurance is not required and there is no cost to participate. Patients that qualify and enroll into the study may be compensated for time and travel. For more information  please call Dr. Frankel and Clinical Partners at 401-454-3800, or click here to apply for this trial. Save
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How To Decide If A Clinical Trial Is Right For You

Clinical trials open up new possibilities for treatment for a wide variety of patients with many different ailments, but how do you decide if a clinical trial is right for you? Here at Clinical Partners, we go through an extensive check list to make sure that the trial you are applying for is a good fit. As you head into your first appointment, here are a few questions you should consider before signing up for the trial: What is the goal of the trial, and how does it relate to my condition? First and foremost, we want to make sure that the trial you are interested in is a good fit for your condition and your individual situation. Many trials require participants be within a specific age range, and some even specify gender. We will review all of these What am I required to invest in terms of time and effort? As the participant, it's important that you understand what the trial involves and how it may effect you, both positively and negatively. We will go through all of the specifics of the particular trial you are interested in, but make sure you are aware of how often you will need to come in for visits and how long those visits are expected to last. What type of treatment will I receive? Each trial is testing a new medication. Some medications are administered orally, some via an injection, and some are topical medications. We will clarify which route of administration your trial uses, and how often it is given. How is progress measured in this trial? Each trial has its own way of measuring success and progress, or documenting any adverse reactions to the medication you receive. We will go through all possible side effects, all possible positive results, and how we measure each for your trial. We will go over these questions, plus many more, all in great detail and ensure you are as confident as we are that you are enrolling in the right trial for you. Of course, if at any time you have questions or concerns, you can contact us by phone or email.
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Clinical Partners Earns a BBB A+ Rating

Clinical Partners, LLC of Johnston, RI is excited to announce that we have earned an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau. The BBB is a well-recognized organization and we are excited to be accredited. From the BBB's website: For over 100 years, BBB has helped people make smarter decisions and is evolving to meet fast changing marketplace needs.
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Businesses are awarded points based on 17 factors, which are weighted according to BBB’s assessment of the importance of each factor. The points are calculated and a letter grade is awarded based on the point range the businesses fall into. Here at Clinical Partners, LLC, we strive to exceed the expectations of everyone we interact with, and we are very excited that our A+ Better Business Bureau rating reflects that dedication! Are you ready to see if there's a current trial that meets your needs? See the full list of current trials we are running here, and contact us today to apply!
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