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Results from a 16-week clinical trial of teens ages 12-17 with DUPIXENT when used alone compared to teens not taking DUPIXENT
The safety results of DUPIXENT observed in adolescents were consistent with what
was seen in adults
with atopic dermatitis. The most common side effects include injection site reactions, eye and eyelid
inflammation, including redness, swelling, and itching, sometimes with blurred vision, and cold sores in your mouth or on your lips.
*Patients who weighed ≥60 kg received DUPIXENT 300 mg every 2 weeks
after an initial dose of 600 mg (two 300 mg injections), and
patients who weighed ≤60 kg received DUPIXENT 200 mg every 2 weeks after an initial dose of 400 mg (two 200 mg injections).
Use the slider to view these before and after results of an actual 12-year-old patient after 16 weeks of treatment with DUPIXENT in a clinical trial.This patient did not meet clinical trial criteria for clear or almost clear skin at 16 weeks. Individual results may vary.
Results at 16 weeks when DUPIXENT was used alone compared to
patients ages 12-17 not taking DUPIXENT
24% of patients ages 12-17 had clear or almost clear skin compared to 2% not taking DUPIXENT
42% of patients ages 12-17 showed at least a 75% improvement in their skin compared to 8% not taking DUPIXENT
23% of patients ages 12-17 showed at least a 90% improvement in their skin compared to 2% not taking DUPIXENT
Patients ages 12-17 experienced a significant itch reduction as defined within the clinical trial
37% of patients ages 12-17 had significant itch reduction at 16 weeks when DUPIXENT was used alone compared to 5% not taking DUPIXENT
We were a little skeptical at first. Then, we noticed her skin clearing and improving over time. It was such a relief to find something that works for her.
- Yetunde, caregiver of Ore (pictured right),
teen patient taking DUPIXENT
Individual results may vary.Yetunde and Ore’s Story
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