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    Pediatric trials for AD systemic treatments

    A new era for research


    See above: A girl with severe atopic dermatitis.  The disease ranks among the top skin conditions for impact on disease-adjusted life-years (DALY).

    The expanding pipeline of drugs for the treatment of atopic dermatitis (AD) is creating excitement among dermatologists as they anticipate effective new therapies akin to the recent breakthroughs that have occurred for management of moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis. At the same time, however, pediatric dermatology experts have been concerned about the exclusion of children from the drug development process.


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