Welcome to the ALPHA More Information page, where you will find helpful information on the ALPHA trial by clicking on the links below:
Click each row for more information.1. Screening visit – To make sure it is safe for you to take part
To make sure you are suitable to take part, you will have some screening tests done:
If the blood test shows that it is not suitable or safe for you to take part in this study, your doctor will discuss other treatment options with you.
Depending on how your hand eczema is responding to either treatment, you may be asked to continue treatment for up to a further 12 weeks.
If, after the first 12 or 24 weeks, your randomised treatment is not helping your condition, then your doctor will stop this treatment and treat you according to local standard practice.
Here is a summary of the visits that you will need to attend whilst on the trial:
If you would like to find out whether you may be suitable take part in the ALPHA trial, please click on the self-screening questionnaire button.
There is also a list of hospitals that are currently taking part in the trial. Please keep checking this link as new hospitals will be added regularly.