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THE CENTRE FOR CLINICAL TRIALS

 

The Centre for Clinical Trials by ICLS conducts both original research and clinical trials alongside the pharmaceutical industry with the goal of bringing new treatment options to our patients.

 

Our areas of skin research include but are not limited to acne, alopecia, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, vitiligo and cosmetic studies. Click here to view our current and upcoming trials.  

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Are you eligible for a current or upcoming clinical study?

Contact our Clinical Trial Coordinators to find out if you or someone in your family is a fit for one of our upcoming clinical trials at our clinic located in Oakville, Ontario. We frequently host studies for adults and adolescents on the following skin concerns. Don't see your condition listed here? Contact us

 Notalgia Paresthetica

Notalgia Paresthetica (NP) is a nerve disorder that causes intense and sometimes painful itching in your back and along your spine. It usually affects the area below one of your shoulder blades, but the itch can spread to your shoulders and chest.

Now recruiting! Submit your name to our prospective patient list here.

Psoriasis

Plaque psoriasis is a skin disease that affects about one million Canadians. It comes in several forms, but plaque psoriasis is the most common. Plaques are raised red patches covered with a whitish buildup of dead skins cells called scale. They usually show up on your elbows, knees, scalp, and lower back, but you can have them anywhere. Plaques often itch or hurt.

Now recruiting! Submit your name to our prospective patient list here.

Atopic Dermatitis or Eczema

Eczema or Atopic Dermatitis is a group of conditions that cause inflammation of the skin. Typically, eczema causes skin to become itchy, red, and dry -- even cracked and leathery. Eczema can appear on any part of the body. It is a chronic problem for many people.

Now recruiting! Submit your name to our prospective patient list here.

Acne Scarring

A boxcar scar is a type of acne scar that appears as a round or oval depression or crater in your skin. Some boxcar scars can look red or dark brown, but others are the same color as the skin around them. They typically have sharp vertical edges and are wider. Boxcar scars are atrophic, a term that means the skin didn’t return to its previous condition after healing.

Now recruiting! Submit your name to our prospective patient list here.

Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a condition in which white patches develop on the skin. Any location on the body can be affected, and most people with vitiligo have white patches on many areas.

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