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Lupus Clinical Trials

New Medical Therapies™

Dermatitis, Atopic

Patient Medical Areas

December 20, 2010

Creabilis issued positive results from a phase IIa trial of CT327 for the treatment of atopic dermatitis. This trial enrolled 15 subjects in Switzerland who received CT327 topically 0.1% cream twice daily for 15 days or placebo. A clinically significant improvement in symptoms was seen after eight days of treatment with CT327, as measured by change in mEASI (modified eczema area and severity index) score from baseline. Onset of efficacy was seen at three to five days of treatment. The greatest patient-reported benefit was in nighttime itch. CT327 was safe and well tolerated with no serious adverse events and no reported site irritation.

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