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The BAP00089 study (BACH) was conducted in Europe and Canada, and included 1032 severe CHE patients who had no response or a transient response (initial improvement and worsening of disease despite continued treatment) to potent topical corticosteroids or were intolerant of potent topical corticosteroids. All phenotypes of CHE were included; approximately 30% of patients had hyperkeratotic only CHE, however the majority of patients had multiple phenotypes. Essentially all patients had signs of skin inflammation, comprising of erythema and/or vesicles. Treatment with alitretinoin led to a significantly higher proportion of patients with clear/almost clear hands, compared to placebo. The response was dose dependent (see Table 1).

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In April 2014 the American Academy of Neurology published a systematic review of the efficacy and safety of medical marijuana and marijuana-derived products in certain neurological disorders. [23] The review identified 34 studies meeting inclusion criteria, of which 8 were rated as Class I quality. [23] The study found evidence supporting the effectiveness of the cannabis extracts that were tested and THC in treating certain symptoms of multiple sclerosis, but found insufficient evidence to determine the effectiveness of the tested cannabis products in treating several other neurological diseases. [23]

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