If you have been diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and medication has not fully improved your symptoms, then you may qualify for our research study.
Psoriatic arthritis is a chronic inflammatory condition that can affect those with psoriasis who also develop joint pain. Only about 15 percent of those with psoriasis develop this arthritis.
There are many medications available to those who have psoriatic arthritis, most of which aim to reduce inflammation and pain. Some may even slow the progress of the condition by preserving the bone around the joints. Additionally, there are medications targeted at the immune system itself.
Unfortunately up to about 40 percent of psoriatic arthritis patients may not achieve meaningful improvement of their symptoms with current medication options. The treatment has already been proven to be effective for Psoriatic Arthritis at other dose regimens.
Not everyone with psoriatic arthritis will qualify for this study. There are specific criteria patients must meet. Here is a list of the most basic criteria: