Hidradenitis Suppurativa Research Study (64 Weeks)

Adults aged 18+ years old having a diagnosis of hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) for at least one year, may qualify to participate. Individuals must have moderate to severe disease, with a total of at least 5 inflammatory lesions affecting at least 2 different areas of the body. Participants must agree to use topical antiseptics daily, while on study treatment.

Participants will receive investigational medication (active study drug or placebo) via injection. At Week 16 and thereafter, participants who previously received placebo will then receive active study drug. Study medication and study-related care will be provided. Reimbursement for study-related expenses may also be provided.

Study participation will last up to 64 weeks and involve about 23 visits to the study centre.

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