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FUELING THE FUTURE OF IMMUNOLOGY:

Dermatology

AbbVie is committed to the pursuit of innovative, effective solutions for dermatology diseases with unmet needs.

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Our Vision for the Future

Building on a strong foundation of historical success, we’re striving to uncover new opportunities to target immune-mediated inflammatory dermatological diseases at their source, revolutionizing treatment to free the world of debilitating skin conditions. After more than a decade of research, we’ve developed unique technologies to optimize therapeutics in the area of dermatology, and we’re focused on diseases where treatment options are scarce or non-existent.

Leading the Way

The Road Ahead

Commitment to Patients

We have a bold vision for the future: one where we have an answer for even more patients. Years of clinical studies have revealed a greater need for medical solutions to accommodate a diverse community of patients.

The Road Ahead

The Road Ahead

Guided by real patient journeys, we’re investigating three immune-mediated dermatological conditions—searching relentlessly for the best path forward. Our commitment continues with long-term investments in developing label enhancements for approved products, innovation in patient support, and a focus on high-quality education for both patients and physicians.

New Pathways

New Pathways

Our pipeline currently features two late-stage investigational compounds for dermatology patients. One is a biologic that selectively blocks IL-23, an agent linked to psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Another, an oral JAK1-selective inhibitor, is being explored as a new treatment for patients with atopic dermatitis and psoriatic arthritis.


Our Pathways

TNF- α

A cytokine that contributes to the induction and maintenance of the inflammatory immune response.
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JAK1

An enzyme partially responsible for inappropriate activation of immune cells involved in autoimmune disorders.
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IL-23

A key protein involved in skin inflammation which has been linked to an overactive immune system.
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RORyT

A protein that regulates the production of other key pro-inflammatory proteins.
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Committed to Dermatology

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EADV 2017

This year, we’re excited to share AbbVie’s latest developments for hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) and psoriasis at Europe’s premier scientific event for developments in dermatology. Here’s what we’ll be up to while we’re there:

  • Showcasing the patient journey and capturing attendees’ passion through our exhibit
  • Featuring 17 abstracts throughout the Congress
  • Participating in the PS Symposium on Thursday, Sept. 14 (Hall 1 Room 3, from 5-6:30 p.m.)
  • Participating in the HS Symposium on Friday, Sept. 15 (Hall 1 Room 3, from 5-6:30 p.m.)
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