Clinical Trials Update: Dec. 13, 2004
Rosacea Asthma Allergy (Pediatric)
(HealthDayNews) -- Here are the latest clinical trials, courtesy of CenterWatch:
A research study of an an investigational gel to treat rosacea. Volunteers who have symptoms of rosacea such as redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead; small visible blood vessels on the face; bumps or pimples on the face; or watery or irritated eyes may be eligible. Research site located in Edison, NJ.
A research study for the treatment of asthma. Volunteers 18 or older who have never smoked or have been a non smoker for the past year and who, on at least two separate occasions in the previous year, experienced a worsening of their asthma requiring a burst of oral steroids (prednisone), may be eligible. Research site located in St. Louis, Mo.
A research study of an investigational medication for children 6-11 years old who have had year-round allergy symptoms (runny, itchy nose; itchy, watery, red eyes; and/or itchy mouth, throat, or ears) for at least six months and whose symptoms have been treated with medication. Research site located in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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