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An Investigational Study to Evaluate BMS-986165 in Patients With Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

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David Karp
13762
All
18 Years to 75 Years old
Phase 2
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
NCT03252587
STU 062018-059
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Inclusion Criteria:

• Meets the Systemic Lupus International Collaborating Clinics (SLICC) classification criteria for SLE and diagnosed ≥ 24 weeks before the screening visit
• One of the following: antinuclear antibody (ANA) ≥ 1:80 or positive anti-double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) or positive anti-Smith (Sm)
• Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Disease Activity Index 2000 (SLEDAI-2K) score ≥ 6 points and clinical SLEDAI-2K score ≥ 4 points
Exclusion Criteria:

• Subjects with drug-induced SLE, certain other autoimmune diseases, and active, severe lupus nephritis
• SLE overlap syndromes such as scleroderma and mixed connective tissue disease
• Clinically significant abnormalities on chest x-ray or ECG
• History of any significant drug allergy Other protocol defined inclusion/exclusion criteria could apply
Drug: BMS-986165, Other: Placebo
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
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Study of Anti-Malarials in Incomplete Lupus Erythematosus (SMILE)

This project is a multicenter, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial that is designed to test whether treating patients who are at risk for development of lupus with hydroxychloroquine can slow accumulation of disease features. Effects on clinical progression of symptoms, patient-reported outcomes and changes in the immune markers of response will be measured and toxicity of the treatment will be assessed. This trial is a first step in testing a prevention strategy for lupus.
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David Karp
13762
All
15 Years to 45 Years old
Phase 2
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
NCT03030118
STU 112015-016
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Inclusion Criteria:
1. Between 15 and 45 years of age, inclusive, at Visit 1. 2. Anti-nuclear antibody (ANA) titer of 1:80, or greater, as determined by immunofluorescence assay (IFA). 3. Participants must have at least one (but not three or more) additional clinical or laboratory criterion from the 2012 Systemic Lupus International Collaborating Clinics (SLICC) classification criteria. 4. Written informed consent (and assent when applicable) obtained from subject or subject's legal representative and ability for subject to comply with the requirements of the study.
Exclusion Criteria:
1. The subject meets the 2012 SLICC classification criteria for SLE at Visit 1 (i.e., ANA plus 3 other criteria, or ANA plus biopsy-proven lupus nephritis). 2. The subject has been diagnosed with another autoimmune disorder, other than autoimmune thyroid conditions. 3. The subject has fibromyalgia, based on clinical history and exam. 4. The subject has previously been or is currently being treated with oral antimalarial agents including hydroxychloroquine, chloroquine, or quinacrine. 5. The subject is currently or has been treated with immunosuppressive, immune modifying, or cytotoxic medications as listed in Section 7.2. 6. Use of any investigational agent within the preceding 12 months. 7. History of primary immunodeficiency. 8. Active bacterial, viral, fungal, or opportunistic infection. 9. Evidence of infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), Hepatitis B, or Hepatitis C. 10. Concomitant malignancy or history of malignancy with the exception of adequately treated basal or squamous cell carcinoma of the skin, or carcinoma in situ of the cervix. 11. The subject has significant findings on ophthalmological examination that, in the opinion of the examining Ophthalmologist, prevent safe use of hydroxychloroquine. 12. The subject has other contraindications to treatment with hydroxychloroquine including pre-existing ocular disease, hepatic impairment, psoriasis, porphyria, or allergy to the drug or class. 13. Co-morbidities requiring systemic corticosteroid therapy greater than 10 mg of prednisone per day, or equivalent, or a change in corticosteroid dose within the 3 months prior to Visit 1. 14. Starting, stopping, or changing the dose of over the counter or prescription non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in the three months prior to Visit 1. 15. Pregnant, breastfeeding, or unwilling to practice birth control during participation in the study. 16. Presence of a condition or abnormality that in the opinion of the Investigator would compromise the safety of the patient or the quality of the data. 17. Inability to comply with the study visit schedule and procedures.
Drug: Hydroxychloroquine, Drug: Placebo Oral Capsule
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
hydroxychloroquine
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Dynamic Imaging of Variation in Lupus Nephritis (DIVINE)

To use a variety of renal imaging modalities, including diffusion weighted imaging (DWI), blood oxygen level dependent (BOLD) imaging, T1rho (T1rho) imaging, and dynamic contrast enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE-MRI) to evaluate the intra-renal blood flow, perfusion, cellularity, fibrosis and atrophy within the kidneys of patients with lupus nephritis (LN) and compare these parameters to renal biopsy findings to determine whether DWI, BOLD, T1rho, and DCE-MRI may provide a set of non-invasive tools to assess renal function and pathology in LN.
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David Karp
13762
All
18 Years to 65 Years old
N/A
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
NCT03180021
STU 032017-069
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Inclusion Criteria:
1. Provide written informed consent agreeing to all study procedures, before any study- specific procedures are done. 2. Male and female subjects 18 to 65 years of age, inclusive. 3. Subjects currently being evaluated for new or recurrent LN with a SOC kidney biopsy planned OR being evaluated for IgA nephropathy and with a SOC kidney biopsy planned. 4. Patients with LN must meet American College of Rheumatology (ACR) or Systemic Lupus Collaborating Clinics (SLICC) criteria for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE). 5. Subjects with a life expectancy >6 months.
Exclusion Criteria:
1. Participation in another investigational study during same time period. 2. Contraindication to receiving a GBCA. 3. More than 2 previous lifetime exposures to a GBCA. 4. Any contraindication to MRI, including metal implants, claustrophobia or morbid obesity. 5. Acute or chronic severe renal insufficiency (glomerular filtration rate [GFR] <40 mL per minute per 1.73 m2). 6. Subject requiring dialysis. 7. Presence of pre-existing renal disease unrelated to SLE or IgA nephropathy, respectively. 8. Acute renal insufficiency of any severity caused by the hepato-renal syndrome. 9. Previous or pre-existing nephrogenic systemic fibrosis. 10. History of clinically significant anti-phospholipid syndrome. 11. Chronic liver function impairment, indicated by liver function tests (aspartate aminotransferase [AST], alanine aminotransferase [ALT]) >2-fold upper limit of normal. 12. Platelet count <50,000/μL. 13. Hemoglobin <8.0 g/dL. 14. History of or presence of central nervous system (CNS) disease such as active lupus cerebritis or multiple sclerosis that might compromise blood brain barrier function. 15. Infection that is clinically relevant, particularly hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV) and/or human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). 16. Pregnant or nursing females, or females not using effective contraception. 17. Inability or unwillingness to return to the research site clinic for study visits at baseline and at 6 months.
Procedure: MRI
Lupus Nephritis
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Strategy to Prevent the Onset of Clinically-Apparent Rheumatoid Arthritis (StopRA)

The purpose of this study is to determine if hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is safe and effective for the prevention of future onset of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in individuals who have elevations of an autoantibody, anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide (anti-CCP). The following recruitment strategies will be employed towards identifying healthy subjects with elevated anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide 3 (anti-CCP3) levels: -Pre-screening: - first degree relatives of patients with RA; - subjects at health-fairs; and - identification of subjects with elevated anti-CCP3 levels in the absence of inflammatory arthritis in rheumatology clinics.
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Elizabeth Solow
83304
All
18 Years and over
Phase 2
This study is also accepting healthy volunteers
NCT02603146
STU 012017-051
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Inclusion Criteria:
Subjects who meet all of the following criteria are eligible for enrollment into the study:
• Able and willing to give written informed consent and comply with requirements of the study;
• Age ≥18 years-old at the Screening Visit; and
• Elevation of autoantibody anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide-3 (anti-CCP3) defined by result of anti-CCP3 ≥40 units, at Screening.
Exclusion Criteria:
Subjects who meet any of the following criteria are ineligible to participate in the study:
• Evidence of significant retinal disease that, in the opinion of the examiner, would make identification of potential future retinal toxicity from hydroxychloroquine difficult to evaluate;
• A medical history of inflammatory arthritis (IA) of any type and/or rheumatic disease and immunologic disease(s) that may be associated with IA . These diseases include but are not limited to:
• rheumatoid arthritis (RA);
• systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE);
• seronegative spondyloarthropathies;
• inflammatory bowel disease;
• Sjögren's syndrome;
• polymyalgia rheumatic; or
• vasculitis. Note: Crystalline arthropathies are not exclusionary.
• A medical history of:
• congestive heart failure or functional status of New York Heart Association (NYHA) Class III or higher at the Screening Visit;
• cardiomyopathy or significant cardiac conduction disorders;
• chronic liver disease;
• psoriasis (due to potential for increased risk for flare of skin disease);
• porphyria;
• and/or serologic evidence during Screening Visit of chronic infections including, but not limited to, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV); ---Exception: hepatitis C antibody positive subjects are eligible with documentation of:
• receipt of HCV treatment AND
• a negative hepatitis C viral load test post-treatment.
• malignancy within the last 5 years, except for treated basal or squamous cell carcinoma, treated cervical dysplasia, or treated in situ cervical cancer Grade I; or
• alcohol or substance abuse within 1 year of treatment randomization.
• Prior or current systemic treatment with disease modifying anti-rheumatic agents, immunomodulatory agents, or glucocorticoids for IA, other rheumatic diseases, or other immunologic diseases;
• Tetracycline class antibiotic use for autoimmune conditions, taken within 12 months prior to Screening;
• Systemic corticosteroid use for non-IA conditions taken 28 days prior to Screening;
• More than 3 local corticosteroid injections, including but not limited to intra-articular, epidural, and intrabursal injections, during the 3 months prior to randomization;
• A history of a chronic condition that, in the opinion of the investigator, is highly likely to require therapy with systemic corticosteroids (oral or intravenous) within the study period, including but not limited to severe asthma and severe crystalline arthropathy;
• Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or desire to become pregnant and/or breast feed within the duration of the 12-month treatment phase of the study;
• Women of childbearing potential who are not using or who do not agree to use adequate birth control measures (for example, total abstinence, oral contraceptives, intrauterine device, barrier method with spermicide, surgical sterilization, Depo-Provera, or hormonal implants) during the treatment phase of the study;
• An ideal or actual body weight ≤ 24.4 kg (e.g., ≤53 lbs) at Screening Visit;
• Any of the following laboratory abnormalities at the Screening Visit:
• Serum Creatinine Clearance < 50ml/min (as calculated by the Cockcroft-Gault formula: Creatinine clearance (CrCl)= (140-age) X (Weight in kg) X (0.85 if female) / (72 X Creatinine));
• Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT) > 2 times the upper limit of normal (ULN);
• Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST) > 2x the upper limit of normal (ULN);
• INR ≥ 1.25 if not currently taking anticoagulation therapy;
• Total white blood count (WBC) < 3.0 x 10^9/L;
• Platelet count ≤ 150 x10^9/L;
• Hemoglobin < 11.5g/dL;
• Absolute Neutrophil Count (ANC) < 2.0 x 10^9/L;
• Evidence of significant retinal disease upon eye examination during the screening period that in the opinion of the examiner would make identification of potential future retinal toxicity from HCQ difficult to evaluate: -- Retinal exam results may be applied to evaluations of subject eligibility for up to 6 months after the initial retinal exam.
• When, in the opinion of the study physician, the subject is not a good study candidate.
Drug: Hydroxychloroquine, Drug: HCQ Placebo
Healthy Participants, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Prevention
RA prevention, hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), anti-CCP3
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Cutaneous Lupus Registry

Approximately 1.4 million individuals in the United States have systemic lupus erythematosus, and about 85% of these individuals develop skin lesions at some point of their disease. Cutaneous lupus erythematosus represents the skin manifestations of systemic lupus erythematosus, and can appear in people with or without systemic lupus. It is a mentally, physically, and emotionally debilitating disease that affects both the quality of life and social well-being of those affected. The cause of cutaneous lupus is not completely understood, but likely includes multiple factors from our genes and the environment. Multiple genetic studies with small numbers of cutaneous lupus patients have been performed to determine which genes are associated with cutaneous lupus. This study aims to accumulate even larger numbers of patients to confidently identify genes and the proteins they encode that could contribute greatly to the formation of cutaneous lupus. The discovery of these genes and proteins would help not only uncover how cutaneous lupus forms, but also improve our abilities to diagnose this disease and predict its course, and stimulate new drug development.
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Benjamin Chong
99998
All
18 Years and over
N/A
This study is also accepting healthy volunteers
NCT01266915
STU 082010-241
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Inclusion Criteria:

• Diagnosed with cutaneous lupus erythematosus and/or systemic lupus erythematosus by clinical, laboratory, and histopathological findings
• Ability to speak and read English or Spanish at a 6th grade reading level (a translator will be available with additional consent forms in Spanish)
• Ability to give written informed consent
Exclusion Criteria:

• Less than 18 years of age, since the characteristics of the disease in these subjects could be very different
• Due to a medication, in which its discontinuation results in the resolution of cutaneous lupus, since the characteristics of the disease in these subjects could be very different
• Medical conditions who do not warrant a skin biopsy
• Unable to give written, informed consent or undergo a skin biopsy and/or venipuncture for any other reason
Lupus Erythematosus
SCLE, CLE, DLE
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Treatment Study Comparing UVA-1 Phototherapy Versus Placebo Treatment for Morphea

This is a randomized, blinded, and controlled trial to assess the efficacy and safety of UVA1 phototherapy in the treatment of active morphea in adults and children. Forty patients will be randomized to receive either medium dose (70 J/cm2) phototherapy (active UVA1 phototherapy) with an ultraviolet translucent acrylic screen or "sham" UVA1 (0 J/cm2) phototherapy with an ultraviolet opaque acrylic screen 3 times per week for 10 weeks. The phototherapists, patients, and principal investigator will be blinded to whether the patients receive active or sham UVA1 phototherapy. Patients will only be allowed to apply emollients during the study. Patients completing the randomized placebo controlled trial (RPCT) will be followed during an open observation period for 3 months. During the open phase, all outcome measures from the RPCT (LoSSI, PGA-A) will be assessed every 5 weeks as well as adverse events. Patients who received sham UVA1 phototherapy will be invited to receive active UVA1 phototherapy using the same protocol as in the RPCT during the open observation. Adult patients enrolled in the RPCT will also be part of a nested translational study investigating the effect of UVA1 phototherapy on gene expression from whole skin biopsies taken before (Study Visit 1) and after UVA1 phototherapy (Study Visit 3). Gene expression profiles will be compared in lesional skin before and after treatment as well as nonlesional skin.
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Heidi Jacobe
54629
All
6 Years to 95 Years old
N/A
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
NCT01799174
STU 022012-025
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Inclusion Criteria:

• Presence of at least one active morphea lesion (linear, plaque, generalized, or mixed subtypes) confirmed by the primary investigator and/or by histopathological examination. Morphea lesions are clinically distinctive and therefore biopsy will only be performed if the diagnosis is in doubt.
• Age > 6 years at enrollment
• Male or female
• Patient or legal guardian must be able to speak and read English or Spanish at a 6th grade reading level. A translator will be available with additional consent forms in Spanish.
• Both male and female patients will be eligible
• All races and ethnic backgrounds will be included
• Ability to give informed consent: Patients must be able to give informed consent or they will give assent with parent or guardian consent as a minor to be a part of the study (if > 10 -17 years).
Exclusion Criteria:

• Age < 6 years at enrollment. (Patients under the age of 6 years will be excluded because study participants must be able to comply with the use of protective goggles and lie still during UVA1 phototherapy.)
• Presence of morphea profunda or eosinophilic fasciitis
• Contraindication to UVA1 phototherapy, including personal history of melanoma or non-melanoma skin cancer, history of photosensitive disorders (systemic lupus erythematosus, porphyrias, polymorphic light eruption, xeroderma pigmentosum, and the like), history of any type of organ transplant (solid organ or bone marrow).
• Current or <2 months prior use of systemic immunosuppressive therapy (methotrexate, prednisone mycophenolate mofetil, etc) or UVA1 phototherapy <2 months prior to enrollment.
• Prior failed UVA1 phototherapy (defined as requiring initiation of systemic therapy during or within 1 month of completion of prior course of UVA1 phototherapy).
• Presence of the following related to diagnosis of morphea: systemic manifestations (arthritis, uveitis, CNS changes, and the like), limited range of motion, contracture, limb length discrepancy requiring oral systemic therapy.
Procedure: UVA-1 Phototherapy, Procedure: Placebo
Scleroderma, Localized, Morphea, Scleroderma, Circumscribed
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A Trial to Compare Nintedanib With Placebo for Patients With Scleroderma Related Lung Fibrosis

Systemic Sclerosis (SSc) is a devastating disease of unknown etiology. Patients suffer from multiple organ fibrosis whereas lung fibrosis (interstitial lung disease, ILD) is one of the main driver for mortality. There is preclinical evidence for efficacy of nintedanib in SSc and associated ILD (SSc-ILD) and the anti-fibrotic efficacy of nintedanib was proven in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis patients, who are presenting a similar pattern regarding lung fibrosis. Hence it is the purpose of the trial to confirm the efficacy and safety of nintedanib 150 mg bid in treating patients with SSc-ILD, compared with placebo. The trial will be conducted as a double blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial with primary efficacy evaluation at week 52 and placebo-controlled treatment until last patient out (up to a maximum of 100 weeks). Respiratory function is globally accepted for assessment of treatment effects in patients with lung fibrosis. The chosen endpoint (Forced Vital Capacity (FVC) decline) is easy to obtain and is part of the usual examinations done in patients with SSc-ILD.
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Craig Glazer
12613
All
18 Years and over
Phase 3
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
NCT02597933
STU 092015-042
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Inclusion criteria:
• Age >= 18 years
• 2013 ACR / EULAR classification criteria for SSc fulfilled
• SSc disease onset (defined by first non-Raynaud symptom) within 7 years
• SSc related Interstitial Lung Disease confirmed by HRCT; Extent of fibrotic disease in the lung >= 10%
• FVC >= 40% of predicted normal
• DLCO 30% to 89% of predicted normal Exclusion criteria:
• AST, ALT >1.5 x ULN
• Bilirubin >1.5 x ULN
• Creatinine clearance <30 mL/min
• Airway obstruction (pre-bronchodilator FEV1/FVC <0.7)
• Other clinically significant pulmonary abnormalities
• Significant PH
• Cardiovascular diseases
• More than 3 digital fingertip ulcers or a history of severe digital necrosis requiring hospitalization or severe other ulcers
• Bleeding risk (such as predisposition to bleeding, fibrinolysis, full-dose anticoagulation, high dose antiplatelet therapy, history of hemorrhagic central nervous system (CNS) event within last year
• international normalised ratio (INR) >2, prolongation of prothrombin time (PT) and partial thromboplastin time (PTT) by >1.5 x ULN)
• History of thrombotic event within last year
• Clinical signs of malabsorption or needing parenteral nutrition
• Previous treatment with nintedanib or pirfenidone
• Treatment with prednisone >10 mg/day, azathioprine, hydroxychloroquine, colchizine, D-penicillamine, sulfasalazine, cyclophosphamide, rituximab, tocilizumab, abatacept, leflunomide, tacrolimus, newer anti-arthritic treatments like tofacitinib and ciclosporine A, potassium para-aminobenzoate
• Unstable background therapy with either mycophenolate mofetil or methotrexate
• Previous or planned hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
• Patients with underlying chronic liver disease (Child Pugh A, B, C hepatic impairment)
Drug: Nintedanib, Drug: Placebo
Scleroderma, Systemic
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Morphea in Adults and Children (MAC) Cohort Study: A Morphea Registry and DNA Repository (MAC)

The Morphea in Adults and Children (MAC) cohort is the first registry for both children and adults with morphea (also known as localized scleroderma) in the country. The purpose of the registry is to learn more about morphea, specifically: - How morphea behaves over time - How frequently specific problems occur along with morphea (for example, arthritis) - Whether morphea has an autoimmune background
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Heidi Jacobe
54629
All
up to 90 Years old
N/A
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NCT01808937
STU 112010-028
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Inclusion Criteria:
1. Patient must have a clinical diagnosis of morphea confirmed by the primary investigator and by histopathological examination. 2. Ages 0-90 years old 3. Children must weigh more than 20 lbs. in order to satisfy Children's Medical Center policy for the maximum amount of blood drawn in a 24 hour period. 4. Patient or legal guardian must be able to speak and read at a 6th grade reading level. 5. Both male and female patients will be eligible 6. All races and ethnic backgrounds will be included 7. Relationships to proband: All patients with morphea will be included. A patient's family history will be reviewed and if there is a family history of morphea or systemic sclerosis then we will give the study patient the investigator's contact information and ask the family member to call the study team to answer any questions and enroll them in the study if they choose to do so. 8. Ability to give informed consent: Patients must be able to give informed consent or they will give assent with parent or guardian consent as a minor to be a part of the morphea registry.
Exclusion Criteria:

•Patients who have been coded as morphea (701.0), but do not have morphea/localized scleroderma (examples: steroid atrophy, acquired keratoderma, keloids, nephrogenic fibrosing dermopathy, systemic sclerosis, lichen sclerosis)
Other: Morphea
Scleroderma, Localized, Morphea, Scleroderma, Circumscribed, Frontal Linear Scleroderma en Coup de Sabre, Scleroderma, Linear
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Low-dose UVA1 Radiation in Cutaneous Lupus Patients

The investigators are conducting an open-label clinical trial determining the effects of UVA1 phototherapy on cutaneous lupus (CLE) patients. Past research on systemic lupus (SLE) subjects indicates that this treatment is likely to be effective in treating cutaneous lupus with few side effects. The fact that most CLE patients are seen at dermatology clinics also increases the usefulness of this study because there is a large probability that phototherapy treatment will be accessible for many of the patients that stand to benefit from it.
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Benjamin Chong
99998
All
18 Years and over
N/A
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
NCT01776190
STU 072012-024
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Inclusion Criteria:

• You must be 18 years or older with a diagnosis of cutaneous lupus.
• You must have at least two active areas of cutaneous lupus.
• You will need to come in three days a week for a 10-week period.
• You will need to participate in four physician visits and blood draws.
Exclusion Criteria:

• You do not have a diagnosis of cutaneous lupus.
• You have less than two active areas of cutaneous lupus.
• You are unable to come in three days a week for treatment for a 10-week period.
Device: UVA1 radiation treatment
Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus
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