Current Studies for Actinic Keratosis (Sunspots)

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The Center for Skin Research conducts clinical research trials for pharmaceutical companies and clinical research organizations seeking Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval.

Sunspots are thick, scaly, discolored bumps on the skin. Also called actinic keratoses, solar keratosis, senile keratosis, or AK, it is caused by prolonged exposure to the sun and most often occurs in fair-skinned persons. When left untreated, it can often lead to skin cancer.

Actinic Keratosis (AK) Galleria Location

Have you been out in the sun too long? Do you have small, rought, raised spots on your face or balding scalp?

If you are at least 18 years of age and have at least 5 small, rough, raised spots, also known as AK’s, on your face or balding scalp, you may be eligible to take part in a voluntary research study. The study is 14 weeks with 5 office visits and 2 phone contacts for actinic keratosis. Qualified participants will receive all study-related care and investigational study ointment at no cost. Participants may even be compensated for time and travel. Health insurance is not required. Call today to see if you qualify!

For more information call: 713-985-0210 ext. 117 or 152.

Actinic Keratosis (AK) Katy Location

Have you been out in the sun too long? Do you have small, rought, raised spots on your face or balding scalp?

If you are at least 18 years of age and have at least 5 small, rough, raised spots, also known as AK’s, on your face or balding scalp, you may be eligible to take part in a voluntary research study. The study is 14 weeks with 5 office visits and 2 phone contacts for actinic keratosis. Qualified participants will receive all study-related care and investigational study ointment at no cost. Participants may even be compensated for time and travel. Health insurance is not required. Call today to see if you qualify!

For more information call: 713-985-0210 ext. 117 or 152.

To learn more about the dermatology research being conducted at our Houston and Katy centers, request for more information at our Research Center or call our office at (713) 985-0210.

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