Does your child have molluscum contagiosum?

JBR Clinical Research is conducting a clinical research study of a topical investigational medication to treat individuals with molluscum contagiosum. Space is limited, see if you qualify.

No cost investigational treatment for molluscum contagiosum is available for qualified participants

JBR Clinical Research is conducting a clinical research study of an investigational medication to help treat molluscum contagiosum.

Why participate in this clinical research study?

Clinical studies are what allow all medications to come to market, including drugs that treat pain, infections, and various medical conditions. Without clinical studies, no medications would be available for use and are only possible with the help of participants like you. Compensation varies by study, time involved, and whether you complete all visits and procedures in the study. Every volunteer study at JBR Clinical Research is reviewed by an Institutional Review Board (IRB) to make sure the risks are as low as possible and are worth any potential benefits to the volunteer.

What to expect.

Patients that qualify for the study may receive no cost investigational topical medication and study related care by one of our board-certified physicians. There are up to 7 visits over a 12-week period. During this time, you will need to apply the study drug once a day, twice a day, or 3 times per week. The investigational staff will tell you how often to apply.

Space in the molluscum contagiosum study is limited. To be considered for the molluscum contagiosum study, please fill out the form below or call 801-261-2000.

STUDY DETAILS

Who Can Participate?

  • 2 years and older
  • Male or female
  • Subjects must have a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 70 lesions

Participants May Receive:

  • Study related care
  • No cost investigational topical medication to treat molluscum contagiosum
  • Compensation for time and travel

Questions? Call
801-261-2000

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Your safety is our greatest concern. Every procedure at JBR Clinical Research is overseen by expert medical staff and performed by some of the most well-respected board-certified physicians in the industry, each with many years of experience in their respective specialties.

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FDA Approved Procedures

Rest assured, you are not signing up for an “experimental” procedure. JBR Clinical Research only performs FDA approved procedures as if you were at any other hospital or clinic. Our research is focused on the pain medication associated with that procedure.

FAQs

What is a Molluscum Contagiosum?
Molluscum Contagiosum is a common skin disease that is cause by a virus that spreads easily between people. Molluscum is usually harmless. It does, however, cause growths that can form anywhere on the skin. The growths appear between one week and several months after you come in contact with the virus. Molluscum Contagiosum can clear on its own without leaving scars, but this may take months or even years
What Does it Look Like?

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Molluscum cause growths on the skin that tend to be:

  • Small
  • Shiny
  • Round or dome-shaped
  • White, pink, or flesh colored
  • Dimpled or indented in the center
  • Smooth
  • Firm

The growths can become red and swollen. Sometimes they even feel sore or itch, but this is less common.

In people with weakened immune systems, the growths may be very large in size and number, especially on the face. Growths can also appear in a row, or group together on the chest, abdomen, buttocks, face, eyelids.

How it Spreads

People can get the virus by:

  • Having direct skin-to- skin contact with someone who has molluscum
  • Touching an object, such as a towel, mat, toy, or clothing that previously touched a
    growth on someone’s skin.

If you have molluscum, you can even spread it to other parts of your body. All it takes is rubbing or scratching a growth and then touching unaffected skin. To prevent it from spreading, you should avoid picking and scratching the bumps.

You can take steps to help prevent spreading the virus to others by keeping the growths clean and cover them with clothing or bandages.

If you are interested in finding out if you could be a candidate for the molluscum contagiosum study, please fill out the form on this page. A representative from JBR Clinical Research will be in contact with you to discuss your eligibility and next steps.

See if your child qualifies for this study

Please provide parent or guardian contact information.  A JBR Clinical Research representative will be contacting you shortly via phone to complete the qualification and registration process. Feel free to call us 801-261-2000.

  • We are committed to keeping your personal information safe and secure. Any information collected will not be sold or shared with third parties.