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topical ruxolitinib

Started this discussion. Last reply by LIU CHUNXIU May 8. 13 Replies

hi everyone,i can't find a specific discussion topic related to this (but i think the "search" function on this website may be faulty; even when i search for topics that i know are on here, they…Continue

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LIU CHUNXIU replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"hi do u have any info for the trail of apremilast for aa?"
May 8
cmdd20 replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"Unfortunately, this information looks right. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/incyte-reports-2017-first-quarter-110000824.html From the article: In January, Incyte initiated a Phase 2 trial of topical ruxolitinib for the treatment of patients with…"
May 8
chris_s replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"8 weeks is pretty short to both stop the immune response and have the follicle start doing it's business again. I believe the oral jak inhibitor users have been recommended 3 months for results, and in practice some are taking a bit longer than…"
May 8
jesse in NJ replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"8 weeks topical Tofacitinib from ChemRx, no results :-( Incyte stopped development of topical Ruxolitinib based on bad phase 2 data."
May 5
itwill replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"You have to ask your doctor. However most of them are not familiar with it. It might help if you bring the below article.  http://amaprod.silverchaircdn.com/data/Journals/DERM/0/dlo150047.pd..."
Mar 10
chris_s replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"oh also, what did you guys do to get topical Rux prescribed for ac hild? "
Mar 10
chris_s replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"yes 3 months at a minimum for follicle to become reactivated and then start growing again. What I've found with my son's recent episode is that once we start treating it with clobetasol it takes about 1 month before the spot stops…"
Mar 10
mo replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"we have only been using it for about a month, so we haven't seen any response yet.  dr. king says to give it 3 months. i spoke with a pharmacist at chemrx in philadelphia, who said that they do have some patients who respond to it, but she…"
Mar 10
itwill replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"HI , I hope this medicine works for your daughter I have 16 years old boy who has Alopecia Totalies. We have tried everything possible nothing worked. Now we are looking into using Topical R along with PRP sessions. Please keep me posted the update…"
Mar 7
chris_s replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"did you actually get a dermatologist to sign off on a prescription for the topical drug? I know people here have talked about getting things blended up, but I think you're the first using it on a child how many people is chemrx currently…"
Feb 15
mtran2000 replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"Where is chemrx located?"
Feb 13
mo replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"yes, and both topical tofacitinib and topical ruxolitinib are currently available from chemrx, so please comment if anyone has any experience with either.  thank you."
Feb 13
mtran2000 replied to mo's discussion topical ruxolitinib
"I believe there are clinical studies in progress testing topical tofacitinib. so the jury is still out on the effectiveness. My guess is topical tofacitinib will not be as effective as Xeljanz."
Feb 12
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topical ruxolitinib

hi everyone,i can't find a specific discussion topic related to this (but i think the "search" function on this website may be faulty; even when i search for topics that i know are on here, they don't come up).anyway, my 9 year old daughter was diagnosed with ophiasis subtype alopecia areata about 8 months ago.  we tried intralesional steroid injections and monthly oral prednisone pulses.  after 7 months, there was overall progression of disease.  a few weeks ago, we started her on topical…See More
Feb 12
mo replied to LIU CHUNXIU's discussion Extensive alopecia areata is reversed by IL-12IL-23p40 cytokine antagonism
"sure; i think we're still atleast a few years out from pediatric application, but perhaps they'll come up with a topical form, or a locally injectable form that's safer for kids."
Feb 10
mo replied to LIU CHUNXIU's discussion Extensive alopecia areata is reversed by IL-12IL-23p40 cytokine antagonism
"it's available in the US and some other countries for psoriasis.  your physician may be willing to prescribe it as an offlabel use for alopecia."
Feb 10

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