Also commonly known as Eczema is common in children and adults. Children often get atopic dermatitis (AD) during their first year of life. If a child gets AD during this time, dry and scaly patches appear on the skin. These patches often appear on the scalp, forehead, and face. These patches are very common on the cheeks. No matter where it appears, AD is often very itchy. Infants may rub their skin against bedding or carpeting to relieve the itch. In children of all ages, the itch can be so intense that a child cannot sleep. Scratching can lead to a skin infection.
Study # 1 - A Phase 3, 4-Week, Parallel Group, Double-Blind, Vehicle-Controlled Study of the Safety and Efficacy of ARQ-151 Cream, Administered QD in Subjects 6-17 years of age, and 18 years of age and older with Atopic Dermatitis.
Study # 2 - A Phase 3, 4-Week, Parallel Group, Double-Blind, Vehicle-Controlled Study of the Safety and Efficacy of ARQ-151 Cream, Administered QD in Subjects 2-5 years of age Inclusive with Atopic Dermatitis.
Study # 3 - A Phase 3, Double-Blind, Randomized, Vehicle-Controlled Efficacy and Safety Study of XXX Cream, Followed by a Long-Term Safety Extension Period in Children ages 2-12 with Atopic Dermatitis.
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