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A Study of LY3041658 in Adults With Hidradenitis Suppurativa

I7P-MC-DSAD - ClinicalTrials.gov - NCT04493502

The reason for this study is to see if the study drug LY3041658 is effective in participants with moderate-to-severe hidradenitis suppurativa (HS).
How long will I be in the trial?
The study will last about 46 weeks and may include up to 22 visits.
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Recruiting

A Study of LY3041658 in Adults With Hidradenitis Suppurativa

I7P-MC-DSAD - ClinicalTrials.gov - NCT04493502

The reason for this study is to see if the study drug LY3041658 is effective in participants with moderate-to-severe hidradenitis suppurativa (HS).
How long will I be in the trial?
The study will last about 46 weeks and may include up to 22 visits.
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Key Requirements

Age :

18-64

Sex:

All

Key Requirements

Use the following checklist to help determine if this trial may be a good fit for you. Place a checkmark next to each criteria that you successfully meet.

Age

18-64

Sex

All

Participants must

Participants must have a diagnosis of HS for at least 6 months

Participants must have HS lesions in at least 2 different anatomic areas

Participants must have inadequate response or intolerance to a 28 day course of oral antibiotics

Participants must have a total count of abscesses and inflammatory nodules greater than or equal to 4

Participants must agree to use a topical antiseptic daily

Participants must agree to stop using topical antibiotics during the study. In certain cases, oral antibiotics will be allowed

Participants must NOT

Participants must not have more than 20 draining fistulae

Participants must not have received any biologic medication (adalimumab, etc.) for the treatment of HS

Participants must not plan to use oral opioids for HS-related pain during the study

Participants must not have uncontrolled depression or suicidal thoughts

Trial Summary

Conditions the trial is for

Hidradenitis Suppurative (Acne Inversa)

What the trial is testing?

LY3041658

Could I receive a Placebo?

no

Enrollment Goal

52

Trial Dates

August 2020 - July 2022

Trial Phase

2

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Key Requirements

Use the following checklist to help determine if this trial may be a good fit for you. Place a checkmark next to each criteria that you successfully meet.

Age

18-64

Sex

All

Participants must

Participants must have a diagnosis of HS for at least 6 months

Participants must have HS lesions in at least 2 different anatomic areas

Participants must have inadequate response or intolerance to a 28 day course of oral antibiotics

Participants must have a total count of abscesses and inflammatory nodules greater than or equal to 4

Participants must agree to use a topical antiseptic daily

Participants must agree to stop using topical antibiotics during the study. In certain cases, oral antibiotics will be allowed

Participants must NOT

Participants must not have more than 20 draining fistulae

Participants must not have received any biologic medication (adalimumab, etc.) for the treatment of HS

Participants must not plan to use oral opioids for HS-related pain during the study

Participants must not have uncontrolled depression or suicidal thoughts

Trial Summary

Conditions the trial is for

Hidradenitis Suppurative (Acne Inversa)

What the trial is testing?

LY3041658

Could I receive a Placebo?

no

Enrollment Goal

52

Trial Dates

August 2020 - July 2022

Trial Phase

2

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Clinical Trial Participation: What to Expect

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