Actinic keratosis usually affects older adults. Reducing sun exposure can help reduce risk. It is most common on the face, lips, ears, back of hands, forearms, scalp, and neck. The rough, scaly skin patch enlarges slowly and usually causes no other signs or symptoms. A lesion may take years to develop. Because it can become cancerous, it’s usually removed as a precaution.

Clinical Research of South Florida is conducting a study of an investigational drug in people who have Actinic Keratosis (sun-damaged spots on the face) and is looking for qualified volunteers.

You may be eligible for this study if:

  • You are at least 18 years old
  • You have 4 to 8 Actinic Keratosis lesions on the face or scalp

If you think you may have Actinic Keratosis, please call to see if  a free evaluation is available.

Those who qualify will receive study related care and medication at no cost, and may receive compensation for their time and travel. If you or a loved one are interested and want to learn more or see if you qualify, please complete the form below OR you can alway call or text us at  305-445-5637.

Priority Enrollment Form



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