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Seeking Individuals with Moderate to Severe Psoriasis

We are looking for individuals with moderate to severe psoriasis to join our study. As a participant, you will receive close medical attention and the opportunity to explore innovative investigational treatment options that are not yet available to the general public.

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    What to Expect During the Screening Process for Psoriasis

    At Conquest Research, we are dedicated to assisting individuals with psoriasis by offering them the opportunity to participate in clinical trials that could lead to new treatments. Our stringent safety protocols include a comprehensive screening process to determine eligibility. The screening process entails:

      Meeting with the study doctor and staff

      Reviewing eligibility criteria

      Taking any initial evaluations

      Completing relevant study questionnaires

    The screening process is vital to maximize the outcomes of our psoriasis research and ensure the success of the clinical trial.

    Psoriasis is a common chronic skin condition characterized by raised, inflamed, and scaly patches of skin. It can occur at any age and is caused by an abnormal immune response that accelerates the skin cell turnover process. Triggers for psoriasis can vary from person to person and may include stress, infections, certain medications, or environmental factors. While there is no cure for psoriasis, there are various treatments available that can help manage symptoms and improve quality of life.

    Criteria for Participation in Psoriasis Clinical Trials

    Before enrolling in psoriasis clinical trials, patients must undergo various evaluations to ensure they meet the eligibility criteria. These evaluations may include physical examinations, diagnostic tests, blood samples, skin assessments, and providing a detailed medical history, including any coexisting conditions that may affect the study. Participants must also fall within a specific age range and have a confirmed diagnosis of psoriasis.

    If you have any questions about the enrollment process, please click the button below to find out if you qualify.

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    If you're curious about the enrollment journey or have any questions, please click the button below to see if you qualify.

    Reasons to Participate in Psoriasis Clinical Trials at Conquest Research

    In addition to improving your quality of life and contributing to the development of new treatments for psoriasis, participating in a clinical trial at Conquest Research offers additional advantages as a patient:

    • No Health Insurance Needed
    • Compensation May Be Available
    • Caring Staff
    • Study Related Care At No Cost

    Psoriasis Clinical Trials FAQs

    Participating in a psoriasis clinical trial can offer several benefits, including access to new and potentially more effective treatments before they are available to the general public, close monitoring of your psoriasis by medical professionals, and the opportunity to contribute to scientific research that may lead to better understanding and treatment of psoriasis. In some cases, participants may also receive compensation for their time and travel expenses.

    Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that causes the skin to become thick, red, and scaly. It is caused by an overactive immune system that triggers skin cell growth and results in an accumulation of skin cells on the surface of the skin.

    No, psoriasis is not contagious. It is a non-infectious condition caused by an immune system dysfunction.

    The symptoms of psoriasis can vary depending on the type and severity of the condition, but common symptoms include red patches of skin covered with silvery scales, dry and cracked skin that may bleed, itching or burning sensations, and thickened, pitted or ridged nails.

    The exact cause of psoriasis is unknown, but it is believed to be related to genetic and environmental factors. Triggers such as stress, infections, medications, and certain foods can exacerbate the condition.

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    Help Advance Medical Research And Potentially Find A New Treatment For Psoriasis

    By participating in our clinical trial, you will play a critical role in advancing scientific knowledge about psoriasis and help bring new treatment options to millions of people worldwide.

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