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A Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and Pharmacokinetics of Subcutaneously Administered Guselkumab for the Treatment of Chronic Plaque Psoriasis in Pediatric Participants (PROTOSTAR)

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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03451851
Recruitment Status : Recruiting
First Posted : March 2, 2018
Last Update Posted : February 19, 2020
Sponsor:
Information provided by (Responsible Party):
Janssen Research & Development, LLC

Brief Summary:
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of guselkumab in pediatric participants aged greater than or equal to 6 through less than 18 years with chronic plaque psoriasis.

Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase
Psoriasis Drug: Guselkumab Drug: Placebo for guselkumab Drug: Etanercept Phase 3

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Study Type : Interventional  (Clinical Trial)
Estimated Enrollment : 125 participants
Allocation: Randomized
Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment
Masking: Quadruple (Participant, Care Provider, Investigator, Outcomes Assessor)
Primary Purpose: Treatment
Official Title: A Phase 3, Multicenter, Randomized, Placebo- and Active Comparator-Controlled Study Evaluating the Efficacy, Safety, and Pharmacokinetics of Subcutaneously Administered Guselkumab for the Treatment of Chronic Plaque Psoriasis in Pediatric Subjects (>=6 To <18 Years of Age)
Actual Study Start Date : July 11, 2018
Estimated Primary Completion Date : January 25, 2023
Estimated Study Completion Date : June 2, 2025

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MedlinePlus related topics: Psoriasis

Arm Intervention/treatment
Experimental: Part 1 Group 1: Guselkumab
Participants in Part 1a (age greater than or equal to (>=) 12 - less than (<) 18 years) will receive a weight-based dose of guselkumab subcutaneously (SC) at Weeks 0, 4, and 12. Participants who are PASI 90 responders at Week 16 will not receive any additional doses of guselkumab until they lose >=50% of their Week 16 PASI response, then they receive 1 dose guselkumab, followed by a dose 4 weeks later, and every 8 weeks (q8w) thereafter through Week 52. Participants who are PASI 90 non-responders at Week 16 will receive a placebo injection at Week 16 and continue to receive guselkumab q8w from Week 20 through Week 52. Participants who are eligible and willing to continue guselkumab may enter the Long Term Extension (LTE) and continue to receive guselkumab until drug approval for pediatric psoriasis or discontinuation of drug development. Part 1b (age >= 6 - <12 years) will follow the same dosing and commence after Part 1a data review.
Drug: Guselkumab
Participants will receive a weight-based dose of guselkumab subcutaneously.
Other Name: CNTO1959

Drug: Placebo for guselkumab
Participants will receive a weight-based dose of placebo for guselkumab subcutaneously.

Placebo Comparator: Part 1 Group 2: Placebo for Guselkumab
Participants in Part 1a (age >= 12 - <18 years) will receive placebo for guselkumab administered SC at Weeks 0, 4, and 12. Participants who are PASI 90 responders at Week 16 will not receive any additional doses of study intervention until they lose >=50% of their Week 16 PASI response, at which time they will receive a weight-based guselkumab SC dose, followed by a dose 4 weeks later, and q8w thereafter through Week 52. Participants who are PASI 90 non-responders at Week 16 will receive a weight-based guselkumab dose at Weeks 16 and 20, followed by q8w dosing thereafter through Week 52. Participants who are eligible and willing to continue guselkumab treatment, may enter the LTE of the study and continue to receive guselkumab until drug approval for pediatric psoriasis or discontinuation of drug development. Part 1b (age >= 6 - <12 years) will follow the same dosing and commence after Part 1a data review.
Drug: Guselkumab
Participants will receive a weight-based dose of guselkumab subcutaneously.
Other Name: CNTO1959

Drug: Placebo for guselkumab
Participants will receive a weight-based dose of placebo for guselkumab subcutaneously.

Active Comparator: Part 1 Group 3: Etanercept
Participants in Part 1a (age >= 12 - <18 years) will receive weight-based etanercept dose up to 50 milligram SC weekly through Week 15. Participants who elect to continue in the study will receive a weight-based guselkumab dose at Weeks 20 and 24, followed by q8w dosing thereafter through Week 48. Participants who are eligible and willing to continue guselkumab treatment, may enter the LTE of the study and continue to receive guselkumab until drug approval for pediatric psoriasis or discontinuation of drug development. Part 1b (age >= 6 - <12 years) will follow the same dosing and commence after Part 1a data review.
Drug: Guselkumab
Participants will receive a weight-based dose of guselkumab subcutaneously.
Other Name: CNTO1959

Drug: Etanercept
Participants will receive a weight-based dose of etanercept (up to 50 mg) subcutaneously.
Other Name: Enbrel

Experimental: Part 2: Guselkumab
Participants will receive a weight-based dose of open-label guselkumab SC at Weeks 0, 4 and q8w thereafter through Week 52. Participants who are eligible and willing to continue guselkumab treatment, may enter the LTE of the study and continue to receive guselkumab at Week 52 and q8w thereafter until drug approval for pediatric psoriasis or discontinuation of drug development.
Drug: Guselkumab
Participants will receive a weight-based dose of guselkumab subcutaneously.
Other Name: CNTO1959




Primary Outcome Measures :
  1. Part 1: Percentage of Participants who Achieve an Investigator's Global Assessment (IGA) Score of Cleared (0) or Minimal (1) [ Time Frame: Week 16 ]
    The IGA documents the investigator's assessment of the participants' plaque psoriasis at a given time point. Overall lesions are graded for induration, erythema, and scaling. The participants' plaque psoriasis is assessed as cleared (0), minimal (1), mild (2), moderate (3), or severe (4). A higher score indicates more severe disease.

  2. Part 1: Percentage of Participants who Achieve Psoriasis Area and Severity Index (PASI) 75 Response [ Time Frame: Week 16 ]
    The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these areas are assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90 percent [%] to 100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease. A PASI 75 response represents at least a 75% improvement from baseline in the PASI score.


Secondary Outcome Measures :
  1. Part 1: Percentage of Participants who Achieve Psoriasis Area and Severity Index (PASI) 90 Response [ Time Frame: Week 16 ]
    The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these area was assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90 percent [%] to 100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease. A PASI 90 response represents at least a 90% improvement from baseline in the PASI score.

  2. Part 1: Percentage of Participants who Achieve an Investigator's Global Assessment (IGA) Score of Cleared (0) [ Time Frame: Week 16 ]
    The IGA documents the investigator's assessment of the participants' plaque psoriasis at a given time point. Overall lesions are graded for induration, erythema, and scaling. The participants' plaque psoriasis was assessed as cleared (0), minimal (1), mild (2), moderate (3), or severe (4). A higher score indicates more severe disease.

  3. Part 1 and 2: Change From Baseline in Children's Dermatology Life Quality Index (CDLQI) [ Time Frame: Baseline, Week 16 (Part 1) and up to Week 52 (Part 2) ]
    The CDLQI is a dermatology-specific quality of life (QoL) instrument designed to assess the impact of the disease on a child's QoL. The CDLQI, a 10-item questionnaire has 4-item response options and a recall period of 1 week. The CDLQI is calculated by summing the score of each question resulting in a maximum of 30 and a minimum of 0; the higher the score, the greater the impairment in QoL.

  4. Part 1: Percentage of Participants who Achieve PASI 100 Response [ Time Frame: Week 16 ]
    The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these area was assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90% to 100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease. A PASI 100 response represents 100% improvement from baseline in the PASI score (i.e., a PASI score of 0).

  5. Part 1: Percentage of Retreated Participants who Achieve a PASI 90 Response Over Time After Retreatment [ Time Frame: Week 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24 and 28 after retreatment ]
    Participants randomized to guselkumab who are PASI 90 responders at Week 16 will be withdrawn from treatment and upon loss of >=50% of the improvement in PASI achieved at Week 16, they will be retreated with guselkumab. The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these area was assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90% to 100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease. A PASI 90 response represents at least a 90% improvement from baseline in the PASI score.

  6. Part 1: Percentage of Retreated Participants who Achieve PASI Responses (PASI 50, 75, 90, and 100) Over Time After Retreatment [ Time Frame: Week 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24 and 28 after retreatment ]
    Participants randomized to guselkumab who are PASI 90 responders at Week 16 will be withdrawn from treatment and upon loss of >=50% of the improvement in PASI achieved at Week 16, they will be retreated with guselkumab. The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these area was assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90%-100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease. PASI 50, 75, 90 and 100 response represents at least 50, 75, 90 and 100% improvement from baseline respectively, in the PASI score.

  7. Part 1: Percentage of Retreated Participants who Achieve IGA Responses (IGA of Cleared [0], Minimal [1], or Mild [2], IGA of Cleared [0] or Minimal [1], and IGA of Cleared [0]) Over Time After Retreatment [ Time Frame: Week 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24 and 28 after retreatment ]
    Participants randomized to guselkumab who are PASI 90 responders at Week 16 will be withdrawn from treatment and upon loss of >=50% of the improvement in PASI achieved at Week 16, these participants will be retreated with guselkumab. The IGA documents the investigator's assessment of the participants' plaque psoriasis at a given time point. Overall lesions are graded for induration, erythema, and scaling. The participants' plaque psoriasis was assessed as cleared (0), minimal (1), mild (2), moderate (3), or severe (4). A higher score indicates more severe disease.

  8. Part 1: Time to Loss of 50% of the Week 16 PASI Improvement After Withdrawal [ Time Frame: Week 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, 44, 48 and 52 ]
    Loss of 50% of PASI improvement is defined as a loss of >=50% of the improvement in PASI at Week 16 after treatment is withdrawn. The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these area was assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90% to 100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease.

  9. Part 1: Time to Loss of PASI 90 Response After Withdrawal [ Time Frame: Week 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, 44, 48 and 52 ]
    Loss of PASI 90 Response is defined as <90% improvement in PASI from baseline after Week 16 in a participant who had achieved >=90% improvement in PASI from baseline at Week 16. The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these area was assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90% to 100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease. A PASI 90 response represents at least a 90% improvement from baseline in the PASI score.

  10. Part 1: Percentage of Participants who Achieve a PASI 50 Response [ Time Frame: Week 16 ]
    The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these area was assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90% to 100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease. A PASI 50 response represents at least a 50% improvement from baseline in the PASI score.

  11. Part 1: Percentage of Participants who Achieve an IGA Score of Mild or Better (Less Than or Equal to [<=] 2) [ Time Frame: Week 16 ]
    The IGA documents the investigator's assessment of the participants' plaque psoriasis at a given time point. Overall lesions are graded for induration, erythema, and scaling. The participants' plaque psoriasis was assessed as cleared (0), minimal (1), mild (2), moderate (3), or severe (4). A higher score indicates more severe disease.

  12. Part 1 and 2: Percent Change From Baseline in PASI Over Time [ Time Frame: Baseline, up to Week 16 (Part 1); up to Week 52 (Part 2) ]
    The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these area was assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90% to 100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease.

  13. Part 1 and 2: Percentage of Participants with PASI Responses (PASI 50, 75, 90, and 100) Over Time [ Time Frame: Up to Week 16 (Part 1); up to Week 52 (Part 2) ]
    The PASI is a system used for assessing and grading the severity of psoriatic lesions and their response to therapy. In the PASI system, the body is divided into 4 regions: the head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. Each of these area was assessed separately for the percentage of the area involved, which translates to a numeric score that ranges from 0 (indicates no involvement) to 6 (90% to 100% involvement), and for erythema, induration, and scaling, which are each rated on a scale of 0 to 4. The PASI produces a numeric score that can range from 0 (no psoriasis) to 72. A higher score indicates more severe disease. PASI 50, 75, 90, and 100 responses represents at least 50%, 75%, 90%, and 100% improvement from baseline respectively, in the PASI score.

  14. Part 1 and 2: Percentage of Participants with IGA Responses (IGA of Cleared [0], Minimal [1], or Mild [2], IGA of Cleared [0] or Minimal [1], and IGA of Cleared [0]) Over Time [ Time Frame: Up to Week 16 (Part 1); up to Week 52 (Part 2) ]
    The IGA documents the investigator's assessment of the participants' plaque psoriasis at a given time point. Overall lesions are graded for induration, erythema, and scaling. The participants' plaque psoriasis was assessed as cleared (0), minimal (1), mild (2), moderate (3), or severe (4). A higher score indicates more severe disease.

  15. Part 1 and 2: Percentage of Participants with CDLQI equal to (=) 0 or 1 Among Participants with a Baseline CDLQI Greater Than (>) 1 [ Time Frame: At Week 16 (Part 1); up to Week 52 (Part 2) ]
    The CDLQI is a dermatology-specific QoL instrument designed to assess the impact of the disease on a child's QoL. The CDLQI, a 10-item questionnaire has 4 item response options and a recall period of 1 week. The CDLQI is calculated by summing the score of each question resulting in a maximum of 30 and a minimum of 0; the higher the score, the greater impairment in QoL.

  16. Part 1 and 2: Percentage of Participants with Family Dermatology Life Quality Index (FDLQI)=0 or 1 Among Participants with a Baseline FDLQI >1 [ Time Frame: At Week 16 (Part 1); up to Week 52 (Part 2) ]
    The FDLQI is a 10-item questionnaire that examine the impact of participant's skin disease on different aspects of their QoL (example, emotional, physical well-being, relationships, social life, leisure activities, burden of care, job/study, housework and expenditure) over the last 1 month, as assessed by a family member. Each item has a four-point response option, where Not at all/Not relevant = 0; A little = 1; Quite a lot = 2; and Very much = 3. The scores of individual items (0-3) are added to give a total scale score that ranges from 0 to 30; a higher score indicates greater impairment of QoL. This instrument should be completed by a participant's primary care-giver.

  17. Part 1 and 2: Change From Baseline in FDLQI Score [ Time Frame: Baseline, Week 16 (Part 1); up to Week 52 (Part 2) ]
    The FDLQI is a 10-item questionnaire that examine the impact of participant's skin disease on different aspects of their QoL (example, emotional, physical well-being, relationships, social life, leisure activities, burden of care, job/study, housework and expenditure) over the last 1 month, as assessed by a family member. Each item has a four-point response option, where Not at all/Not relevant = 0; A little = 1; Quite a lot = 2; and Very much = 3. The scores of individual items (0-3) are added to give a total scale score that ranges from 0 to 30; a higher score indicates greater impairment of QoL. This instrument should be completed by a participant's primary care-giver.



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Ages Eligible for Study:   6 Years to 17 Years   (Child)
Sexes Eligible for Study:   All
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:   No
Criteria

Inclusion Criteria:

  • Have a diagnosis of chronic plaque-type psoriasis for at least 6 months (with or without psoriatic arthritis [PsA]), prior to first administration of study intervention, defined as having at screening and baseline, Investigator Global Assessment (IGA) greater than or equal to (>=) 3, Psoriasis Area and Severity Index (PASI) >=12, >=10% body surface area (BSA) involvement and at least one of the following: very thick lesions, clinically relevant facial, genital, or hand/ foot involvement, PASI>=20, >20% BSA involvement, or IGA=4
  • Be a candidate for phototherapy or systemic treatment of plaque psoriasis (either naive or history of previous treatment)
  • Have plaque psoriasis considered by the investigator as inadequately controlled with phototherapy and/or topical therapy after an adequate dose and duration of therapy
  • Be considered, in the opinion of the investigator, a suitable candidate for etanercept therapy, according to their country's approved Enbrel product labeling
  • Be otherwise healthy on the basis of physical examination, medical history, and vital signs performed at screening. Any abnormalities, must be consistent with the underlying illness in the study population and this determination must be recorded in the participant's source documents and initialed by the investigator
  • Must have acceptable evidence of immunity to varicella and measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR), which includes any one of the following: documentation of age-appropriate vaccination that includes both doses of each vaccine (unless local guidelines specify otherwise) or documentation of past infection by a healthcare provider or in the absence of previous 2 criteria, participants must have positive protective antibody titers to these infection prior to the first administration of study intervention. For participants who have not completed the recommended vaccination schedule for varicella and MMR, and the subsequent vaccination falls within the next 4 years, an accelerated vaccination schedule must be completed prior to study enrollment if available and required or strongly recommended for the location. If varicella or MMR vaccines are utilized, it is necessary for 2 weeks to elapse between the vaccination and receipt of study intervention

Exclusion Criteria:

  • Currently has nonplaque forms of psoriasis (example [eg], erythrodermic, guttate, or pustular)
  • Has current drug-induced psoriasis (eg, a new onset of psoriasis or an exacerbation of psoriasis from beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, or lithium)
  • Has previously received guselkumab or etanercept
  • Has a history of chronic or recurrent infectious disease, including but not limited to chronic renal infection, chronic chest infection (eg, bronchiectasis), recurrent urinary tract infection (recurrent pyelonephritis or chronic non-remitting cystitis), fungal infection (mucocutaneous candidiasis), or open, draining, or infected skin wounds or ulcers
  • Has a known history of lymphoproliferative disease, including lymphoma; a history of monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS); or signs and symptoms suggestive of possible lymphoproliferative disease, such as lymphadenopathy or splenomegaly

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Please refer to this study by its ClinicalTrials.gov identifier (NCT number): NCT03451851


Contacts
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Contact: Study Contact 844-434-4210 JNJ.CT@sylogent.com

Locations
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United States, Arizona
University of Arizona Withdrawn
Tucson, Arizona, United States, 85719
United States, California
Stanford University Recruiting
Palo Alto, California, United States, 94306
University of California, San Diego Recruiting
San Diego, California, United States, 92123
University of California, San Francisco Withdrawn
San Francisco, California, United States, 94115
United States, Georgia
Dermatologic Surgery Specialists Recruiting
Macon, Georgia, United States, 31217
United States, Illinois
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Ann & Robert H Lurie Children's Hospital Recruiting
Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60611
Arlington Dermatology Recruiting
Rolling Meadows, Illinois, United States, 60008
United States, New Jersey
Windsor Dermatology Recruiting
East Windsor, New Jersey, United States, 08520-2505
United States, New York
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Recruiting
New York, New York, United States, 10003
United States, Texas
Arlington Center for Dermatology Recruiting
Arlington, Texas, United States, 76011-3800
Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas Recruiting
Austin, Texas, United States, 78723
Australia
Eastern Health Research Recruiting
Box Hill, Australia, 3128
Royal North Shore Hospital Recruiting
St Leonards, Australia, 2065
Veracity Clinical Research Recruiting
Woolloongabba, Australia, 4102
Belgium
Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc Recruiting
Brussels, Belgium, 1200
Universitair Ziekenhuis Gent Recruiting
Gent, Belgium, 9000
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liege Domaine Universitaire du Sart Tilman Recruiting
Liege, Belgium, 4000
Canada, Alberta
Dermatology Research Institute Inc. Recruiting
Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T1Y 0B4
Kirk Barber Reseach Inc. Recruiting
Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2G 1B1
Canada, British Columbia
Skin Care Centre Completed
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V5Z 4E8
Canada, Nova Scotia
Eastern Canada Research Associates Not yet recruiting
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, B3H 1Z2
Germany
Charite - Universitatsmedizin Berlin (CCM) Withdrawn
Berlin, Germany, 10117
ISA GmbH Withdrawn
Berlin, Germany, 10789
Universitatsklinikum Bonn Recruiting
Bonn, Germany, 53127
Universitatsklinikum Carl Gustav Carcus Dresden Recruiting
Dresden, Germany, 01307
Universitatsklinikum Frankfurt Recruiting
Frankfurt, Germany, 60590
Universitatsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein - Kiel Not yet recruiting
Kiel, Germany, 24105
Praxis Dr. med. Beate Schwarz - Germany Recruiting
Langenau, Germany, 89129
Universitaetsklinikum Muenster Withdrawn
Muenster, Germany, 48149
Company for Medical Study & Service Selters Recruiting
Selters, Germany, 56242
Hautarztpraxis Dr. Leitz & Kollegen Recruiting
Stuttgart, Germany, 70178
Hungary
Obudai Egeszsegugyi Centrum Kft. Recruiting
Budapest, Hungary, 1036
Debreceni Egyetem Recruiting
Debrecen, Hungary, 4032
Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen Megyei Korhaz es Egyetemi Oktato Korhaz Recruiting
Miskolc, Hungary, 3526
Szegedi Tudomanyegyetem Recruiting
Szeged, Hungary, 6720
Medmare Egeszsegugyi Es Szolgaltato Bt. Withdrawn
Veszprem, Hungary, 8200
Italy
Ospedali Riuniti Di Ancona Recruiting
Ancona, Italy, 60026
Azienda Ospedaliera Policlinico S. Orsola-Malpighi Recruiting
Bologna, Italy, 40138
Ospedale San Raffaele Withdrawn
Milano, Italy, 20132
Azienda Ospedaliera di Padova Recruiting
Padova, Italy, 35128
Arcispedale Santa Maria Nuova - IRCCS Recruiting
Reggio Emilia, Italy, 42123
Netherlands
Radboud Umcn Recruiting
Nijmegen, Netherlands, 6525 GL
Poland
Dermed Centrum Medyczne Sp. z o.o Recruiting
Lodz, Poland, 90-265
Szpital Dzieciecy im. prof. dr. med. Jana Bogdanowicza w Warszawie Recruiting
Warszawa, Poland, 03-924
Uniwersytecki Szpital Kliniczny im. Jana Mikulicza-Radeckiego we Wroclawiu Recruiting
Wroclaw, Poland, 50-368
Russian Federation
Clinical Dermatological Dispensary Not yet recruiting
Krasnodar, Russian Federation, 350020
Moscow Center of Scientific and Practical Dermatology and Cosmetology Not yet recruiting
Moscow, Russian Federation, 119071
National Medical Research Center for Children's Health Not yet recruiting
Moscow, Russian Federation, 119991
Sponsors and Collaborators
Janssen Research & Development, LLC
Investigators
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Study Director: Janssen Research & Development, LLC Clinical Trial Janssen Research & Development, LLC

Additional Information:
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Responsible Party: Janssen Research & Development, LLC
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03451851    
Other Study ID Numbers: CR108452
2017-003053-42 ( EudraCT Number )
CNTO1959PSO3011 ( Other Identifier: Janssen Research & Development, LLC )
First Posted: March 2, 2018    Key Record Dates
Last Update Posted: February 19, 2020
Last Verified: February 2020

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Studies a U.S. FDA-regulated Drug Product: Yes
Studies a U.S. FDA-regulated Device Product: No
Additional relevant MeSH terms:
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Psoriasis
Skin Diseases, Papulosquamous
Skin Diseases
Etanercept
Antibodies, Monoclonal
Anti-Inflammatory Agents, Non-Steroidal
Analgesics, Non-Narcotic
Analgesics
Sensory System Agents
Peripheral Nervous System Agents
Physiological Effects of Drugs
Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Antirheumatic Agents
Gastrointestinal Agents
Immunosuppressive Agents
Immunologic Factors