Results in Children

Get Ahead of Eczema

DUPIXENT in combination with a topical corticosteroid was studied in a 16-week clinical trial with 367 patients ages 6-11 years with
severe eczema not adequately controlled with topical prescription treatments.

Significantly more children ages 6-11 taking DUPIXENT plus a topical corticosteroid (TCS) saw clearer skin and less itch.

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Clearer Skin
Greater than 2X as many children taking
DUPIXENT + TCS saw clear or almost clear skin.
30% taking 300 mg dose, every 4 weeks vs 13% on TCS only
39% taking 200 mg dose, every 2 weeks vs 10% on TCS only
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Less Itch
Approximately 4.5X as many children taking
DUPIXENT + TCS saw less itch.
54% taking 300 mg dose, every 4 weeks vs 12% on TCS only
61% taking 200 mg dose, every 2 weeks vs 13% on TCS only

Your healthcare provider will tell you how much DUPIXENT to inject and how often.
*After an initial loading dose of 2 injections: children 33-66 lb take 300 mg every 4 weeks; children 67-132 lb take 200 mg every 2 weeks.

The safety results of DUPIXENT plus topical corticosteroids observed in children were consistent with what was seen in adults and adolescents with atopic dermatitis. The most common side effects in clinical trial adult patients with atopic dermatitis include injection site reactions, eye and eyelid inflammation, including redness, swelling, and itching, and cold sores in your mouth or on your lips.


What You Should Know About the Patients in This Study:

100%
had severe atopic dermatitis
≈8.5
Average age
≈58%
Average body surface area involvement
≈92%
Had at least one other allergic condition

DUPIXENT Helps Restore the Look and Feel of Skin

In a clinical trial for children ages 6-11, clearer skin was seen. Use the slider to view before and after results of an actual 10-year-old patient after 16 weeks of treatment with DUPIXENT and a topical steroid in a phase 3 clinical trial. A clinical responder was defined as a patient achieving IGA 0 or 1. Individual results may vary.

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GET DOWN TO THE DETAILS

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Results at 16 weeks when DUPIXENT was taken with topical
corticosteroids (TCS) compared to patients ages 6-11 years on topical corticosteroids only

DUPIXENT 300 mg (<30 kg) with TCS every 4 weeks On topical corticosteroids only

30% saw clear or almost clear skin when DUPIXENT was used with TCS vs 13% on topical corticosteroids only

75% saw 75% skin improvement when DUPIXENT was used with TCS vs 28% on topical corticosteroids only

46% saw 90% skin improvement when DUPIXENT was used with TCS vs 7% on topical corticosteroids only

DUPIXENT 300 mg (<30 kg) with TCS every 2 weeks On topical corticosteroids only

39% saw clear or almost clear skin when DUPIXENT was used with TCS vs 10% on topical corticosteroids only

75% saw 75% skin improvement when DUPIXENT was used with TCS vs 26% on topical corticosteroids only

36% saw 90% skin improvement when DUPIXENT was used with TCS vs 8% on topical corticosteroids only

Patients ages 6-11 years experienced a significant itch reduction while
participating in a clinical trial

DUPIXENT 300 mg (<30 kg) with TCS every 4 weeks On topical corticosteroids only

54% had significant itch reduction at 16 weeks when DUPIXENT was used with TCS vs 12% on topical corticosteroids only

DUPIXENT 300 mg (<30 kg) with TCS every 2 weeks On topical corticosteroids only

61% had significant itch reduction at 16 weeks when DUPIXENT was used with TCS vs 13% on topical corticosteroids only

Find a Specialist Who
Treats Eczema

Use this Healthgrades™ tool to easily find nearby specialists with experience in treating children, teens, and adults with uncontrolled moderate-to-severe eczema (atopic dermatitis).

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