New study treatments may help you take charge of your skin.

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The common, chronic inflammatory skin disorder characterized by flaky skin lesions and itching currently has no cure. But we’re working on giving you new options to help manage the symptoms of eczema (atopic dermatitis). Learn about a new cutting-edge study treatment being investigated in your neighborhood.


of people with atopic dermatitis report being frustrated by the condition

18 million

adults (7.2%) have atopic dermatitis.


of adults with atopic dermatitis also have asthma.

I feel out of control when it flares up because nothing I can do except the cream... If I start to feel an itch, and know its going to flare up - I’d really like something preventive to stop a full blown flare up from happening.


15 years with Atopic Dermatitis

I put on lotions religiously, always. I avoid harsh ingredients of anything I put on my body, for example - makeup, soaps, or whatever... I’m always looking for the gentlest stuff...


5 years with Atopic Dermatitis

Eczema Clinical Trials

Learn about the newest Eczema study treatments now being investigated, including cutting-edge options available to clinical trial participants.

TrialSpark is now recruiting for a trial that tests the effectiveness of a study drug for Eczema symptoms.

Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) In the News

From the latest relevant research and Eczema expert interviews to personal stories and advice on managing your symptoms, here’s everything about Eczema that’s making headlines.

Eczema FAQ

Whether you’re considering participating in a clinical trial or just looking for more information about Eczema, we want you to keep you informed about living with Eczema, your treatment options, and the clinical trial process.

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Updated June 2019