The following may indicate that your patient is appropriate for DUPIXENT:

  • Have tried a variety of topical prescription therapies for moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis and are still uncontrolled1
  • Suffer from inadequate control of pruritus1
  • Have ≥10% of their body covered with lesions and/or may involve problem areas, such as the face, hands, and feet2
  • Have moderate-to-severe erythema and moderate-to-severe papulation/infiltration (IGA 3 or 4)3

See below for pictures of patients with uncontrolled moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis who might
be appropriate for DUPIXENT.

Persistent, uncontrollable scratching due to intense itching

He can’t tell you himself, but every day
is a constant struggle to control his
itching.
—Sam’s father

Image of an actual
patient with
uncontrolled
moderate-to-severe
atopic dermatitis.

Story is inspired by
people who suffer
from atopic
dermatitis.

Signs and symptoms

  • He has red, scaly lesions that itch persistently
  • His lesions continue to spread and worsen
  • Is worried other kids won't befriend him because of his skin

Treatment and goals

  • Has exhausted multiple topical prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, and non-pharmacological treatments, but with no success
  • His parents are struggling to find a treatment option to help manage his intense itch

Visible lesions and frequent itching

Every day was a struggle for him when it
came to his atopic dermatitis, but I felt
there was nothing I could do.
—Josh’s mother

Image of an actual
patient with
uncontrolled
moderate-to-severe
atopic dermatitis.

Story is inspired by
people who suffer
from atopic
dermatitis.

Signs and symptoms

  • He’s frequently scratching his lesions, although he knows he shouldn’t
  • He thinks everyone makes fun of the way his skin looks

Treatment and goals

  • Has tried topical prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, and dietary changes
  • His parents are struggling to find a treatment that can help reduce the severity of his lesions

Worried about her worsening moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis symptoms

It's hard enough being a teenager. But it
feels like one big cruel joke when you
throw in the cracking, peeling, red skin.
—Whitney

Image of an actual
patient with
uncontrolled
moderate-to-severe
atopic dermatitis.

Story is inspired by
people who suffer
from atopic
dermatitis.

Signs and symptoms

  • Her lesions generally appear on her arms, legs, and feet
  • She’s constantly itching, and her lesion coverage has increased from 10% to 16% in the last year
  • She’s worried about how she’ll be able to conceal her lesions for an upcoming pool party

Treatment and goals

  • Has tried a variety of therapies, including topical prescription treatments, and has remained uncontrolled
  • Cannot maintain clear skin for long periods of time
  • Her mom wants to try another approach to treatment

Fighting a losing battle with intense itch

I don’t want to scratch, but not scratching is impossible. My skin ends up paying the price.
—Eddie

Image of an actual
patient with
uncontrolled
moderate-to-severe
atopic dermatitis.

Story is inspired by
people who suffer
from atopic
dermatitis.

Signs and symptoms

  • He has dry, scaly, and red skin that itches incessantly
  • He experiences significant disease across his arms and trunk
  • He’s concerned about his hockey equipment exacerbating his signs and symptoms

Treatment and goals

  • Recently tried several dietary changes, increased water intake, and tried out new soaps and moisturizers—but they haven’t lessened his itch
  • Has tried a variety of prescription therapies, including topical prescription treatments, and has remained uncontrolled
  • Wants to control his persistent itch

Struggling with steroid cycles

l'll try anything to heal my skin,
but I never succeed.
I always end
up with another cycle of steroids.
—Simon

Image of an actual
patient with
uncontrolled
moderate-to-severe
atopic dermatitis.

Story is inspired by
people who suffer
from atopic
dermatitis.

Signs and symptoms

  • His lesions generally appear on his legs, neck, upper chest, and back
  • He’s concerned that people are staring at his lesions
  • Has persistent itch despite having tried several therapeutic approaches

Treatment and goals

  • Has tried a variety of treatments including antihistamines, multiple topical prescription treatments, phototherapy, bleach baths, oatmeal baths, wet wraps, and dietary changes, but nothing provides symptom control
  • Wants a treatment that will help his moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis

Battling intense, persistent itch

My scaly, scarred, itchy dry skin has
me scratching all through the day
and night.
—Irene

Image of an actual
patient with
uncontrolled
moderate-to-severe
atopic dermatitis.

Story is inspired by
people who suffer
from atopic
dermatitis.

Signs and symptoms

  • Her lesions affect multiple areas, covering 55% of her body
  • Her clothes, her sheets, her soap, her detergent, her diet, exercising, the sun—everything makes her itch. And traveling for work makes it even harder to manage it
  • She worries about how she will conceal her skin

Treatment and goals

  • Has tried multiple therapeutic approaches, including topical prescription treatments and alternative therapies, yet remains uncontrolled
  • Wants more than anything else to lessen her intense itching and achieve clearer skin

Finding it hard to hide her skin

My atopic dermatitis only covers a few parts
of my
body—unfortunately, it is always my
hands, wrists,
ankles, and neck.
—Heidi

Image of an actual
patient with
uncontrolled
moderate-to-severe
atopic dermatitis.

Story is inspired by
people who suffer
from atopic
dermatitis.

Signs and symptoms

  • She suffers from uncontrolled disease on 12% of her body
  • Her affected areas are minimal but very visible
  • Has to explain to the parents and children at day care that her condition is not contagious

Treatment and goals

  • Has tried multiple treatments, including topical prescription treatments
  • Wet wraps lessen the redness of her skin, but not the itching, and the process is time-consuming
  • Wants a treatment that helps clear her very visible problem areas