Clinical Trials

Mollescum Contagiosum

Posted on 6/7/2019
Mollescum Contagiosum is a relatively common viral skin infection that results in round, firm, painless bumps.  It is spread easily by close contact with others and to other areas of your nearby skin by scratching or rubbing the lesions.  

The purpose of this study is to compare how effective and safe the study gel is when compared to a gel not containing study ingredients.  You (or your child) will not know which gel you are assigned.  The gel will be applied once daily for 12 weeks.  

You (or your child) may qualify if:
  • the age of the participant is 6 months or older
  • in good general health
  • have between 3 and 70 treatable lesions
The duration of the study is approximately 6-7 months and you will make monthly visits to the clinic.  All study visits and medications are at no charge to you or your insurance company.  If you (or your child) complete all visits and procedures, you will be compensated for your time and travel up to $495. 

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Being able to participate in the COPD research study has been a life changing event for me.  This is an ongoing positive experience that has already made major differences in my health and the quality of my life. 
At the initial interview I was met by a team of friendly, caring, extremely knowledgeable and professional staff.  The high level of care and concern extended to me by the research doctor and everyone involved in this research study is phenomenal.  The research coordinator who I’ve been assigned to is simply “The Best”.  She answers and explains every question I have, she listens when I am having problems with my COPD, and offers helpful suggestions to get me through the rough spots.  She cheers me on when I need it most and follows up with phone calls to make certain I’m ok afterwards.
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I’m happier, less fearful, and more confident in coping with COPD as a result of this research program.  If my participation can contribute to helping others cope with COPD that would be the absolutely ultimate outcome for me.  Thank you for allowing me this opportunity.     
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