CAB-101; DSG3-CAART in PV

Dermatology Immunology Autoimmune Adult Subjects Female Subjects Male Subjects

A phase 1/2, open-label, safety and dosing study of autologous CART cells (desmoglein 3 chimeric autoantibody receptor T cells [DSG3-CAART] or CD19-specific Chimeric Antigen Receptor T cells [CABA-201]) in subjects with active, pemphigus vulgaris

Regeneron BP

Dermatology Immunology Autoimmune Adult Subjects Female Subjects Male Subjects

The main purpose of this study is to investigate whether dupilumab is effective and safe for the treatment of bullous pemphigoid. Dupilumab is a type of drug called a "monoclonal antibody". An antibody is a special kind of protein that the immune (defense) system normally makes to fight bacteria and viruses. Bullous pemphigoid is an autoimmune subepidermal blistering disease, predominately affecting the elderly (typical onset after age 60). The study is looking at several other research questions, including: - Side effects that may be experienced by people taking dupilumab - How dupilumab works in the body and affects the body - How dupilumab affects quality of life - How much dupilumab is present in the blood - To see if dupilumab works to wean the patient off oral corticosteroids

B7981032: A PHASE 3 OPEN-LABEL, MULTI-CENTER, LONG-TERM STUDY INVESTIGATING THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF PF-06651600 IN ADULT AND ADOLESCENT PARTICIPANTS WITH ALOPECIA AREATA

Dermatology Immunology Infectious Disease Autoimmune Bacterial Infectious Diseases Pediatric Subjects Adult Subjects Female Subjects Male Subjects

This is a global Phase 3 study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational study drug (called PF-06651600) in adults and adolescents (12 years and older) who have alopecia areata. Eligible patients from the prior studies B7931005 (NCT02974868) and B7981015 (NCT03732807) will have an opportunity to enroll as well as patients who have not previously participated in either of these studies. The study is open-label and all patients entering the study will receive active study drug. A sub-study of approximately 60 adult patients who are participating in the B7981032 study will be conducted at select sites in the US, Australia and Canada. The sub-study will evaluate the immune response to tetanus and meningococcal vaccines in patients who have received a minimum of 6 months of 50 mg PF-06651600.

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