Clinical Trials

What You Need to Know

Learn how clinical trials are paving the next generation of psoriatic disease treatments and how you can participate in a trial. 

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Clinical trials play an important role in informing researchers and health care providers about how a new treatment may improve the health of those living with psoriatic disease. Along with providing support for research, participating in a clinical trial also offers you access to new treatments and extra time with health care providers.

Find a Clinical Trial

Find out if there is trial in your area or trials that are accepting participants remotely.

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Search for Trials is an excellent resource about ongoing clinical trials. Use their search function on their homepage to find trials related to psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to common questions about clinical trials, like who can participate and what does it mean for your treatment plan?

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Clinical Trials 101

Learn more about the drug development process, the possible benefits and drawbacks to participating in a trial and what happens afterwards.

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Clinical Trials Near You

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