Gearing Up for SUNBEAM
1. What is eczema?
Eczema, also called atopic dermatitis, is an itchy skin condition. Infants, children, and adults with eczema can have red, scaly rashes. Eczema is very common and can be treated by a physician.
2. What are food allergies?
Food allergies can happen when the body mistakes certain foods for foreign invaders and mounts a reaction in response. Symptoms of food allergies can range from mild to severe.
3. Why enroll in a clinical trial?
Clinical studies are a great way to access the forefront of medical and scientific advancement in a safe, controlled environment.
4. I am in my first trimester. Is it too early to enroll in this study?
No, you can join the study at any time during your pregnancy.
5. My husband/biological father of the baby is not interested in the study. Can we still enroll in SUNBEAM?
Yes, participation of the biological father is optional.
6. I am having twins/ triplets/ quadruplets! Will I still be able to enroll in the study?
Yes, we will randomize which baby will be enrolled.
7. Where can I learn more?
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