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NCT ID: NCT03192306 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Recurrent Herpes Labialis

Safety and Efficacy of Merlin (Ethanol and Glycolic Acid Mixture) for Episodic Treatment of Cold Sores

Start date: July 5, 2017
Phase: Phase 2
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of this study is to determine if Merlin, a mixture of ethanol and glycolic acid, is safe and effective in the treatment of cold sores. Subjects who meet the requirements to participate in the study will be put randomly, and equally, into one of two groups: 1) a group receiving Merlin to treat their cold sore; or 2)a group receiving a placebo of just ethanol to treat their cold sore. Neither the subject nor the site will know which treatment they will be getting. Once the subject has been assigned to a treatment group, they will be given a kit containing a bottle of the treatment and special swabs to apply the liquid. The subject will be told to take the kit home and wait until they think they are starting to get a cold sore. Once a subject begins to see something that they think is the start of a cold sore, they are to immediately call the clinic. Once the clinic confirms that the subject is in fact starting to get a cold sore, the subject will be told to open the kit and begin treatment. From the start of treatment, there will be twelve (12) treatments, with either Merlin or placebo, applied six (6) hours apart, up to 3 per day, over the next 96 hours (4 days). Each treatment of Merlin or placebo is made up of three (3) applications given twenty (20) minutes apart, for a total of thirty-six (36) applications. For each application, the subject will use the special swab to put the Merlin or placebo solution on their cold sore. Subjects will need to report daily to the clinic for a minimum of 3 consecutive days, until either the cold sore is completely healed or 14 days from the start of treatment, whichever comes first. At each clinic visit the cold sore will be observed to determine at what stage it is at or if it has healed. The subject will also be asked how they are feeling. Subjects will also be told to record in a diary the time of each application of Merlin or placebo. They will also be asked to record the stage of their lesion and how much pain, if any, related to the cold sore, that they are feeling.

NCT ID: NCT01985321 Completed - Clinical trials for Recurrent Herpes Labialis

Safety and Efficacy of Merlin (Ethanol and Glycolic Acid Mixture) for the Treatment of Cold Sores

Start date: November 2013
Phase: Phase 2
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of this study is to determine if Merlin, a mixture of ethanol and glycolic acid, is safe and effective in the treatment of cold sores. Subjects who meet the requirements to participate in the study will be put randomly, and equally, into one of two groups: 1) a group receiving Merlin to treat their cold sore; or 2)a group receiving a placebo of just ethanol to treat their cold sore. Neither the subject nor the site will know which treatment they will be getting. Once the subject has been assigned to a treatment group, they will be given a kit containing a bottle of the treatment and special swabs to apply the liquid. The subject will be told to take the kit home and wait until they think they are starting to get a cold sore. Once a subject begins to feel something or see something that they think is the start of a cold sore, they are to immediately call the clinic. Once the clinic confirms that the subject is in fact starting to get a cold sore, the subject will be told to open the kit and begin treatment. From the start of treatment, there will be twelve (12) treatments, with either Merlin or placebo, applied six (6) hours apart, up to 3 per day, over the next 96 hours (4 days). Each treatment of Merlin or placebo is made up of three (3) applications given twenty (20) minutes apart, for a total of thirty-six (36) applications. FOr each application, the subject will use the special swab to put the Merlin or placebo solution on their cold sore. Subjects will need to report daily to the clinic for a minimum of 3 consecutive days, until either the cold sore is completely healed or 14 days from the start of treatment, whichever comes first. At each clinic visit the cold sore will be observed to determine at what stage it is at or if it has healed. The subject will also be asked how they are feeling. Subjects will also be told to record in a diary the time of each application of Merlin or placebo. They will also be asked to record how much pain, if any, related to the cold sore, that they are feeling.

NCT ID: NCT01324466 Completed - Clinical trials for Recurrent Herpes Labialis

A Multicenter Study of NB-001 in the Treatment of Recurrent Herpes Labialis (SHaRCS)

SHaRCS
Start date: April 2011
Phase: Phase 3
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of NB-001 in subjects with recurrent herpes labialis (RHL).

NCT ID: NCT00914745 Completed - Clinical trials for Recurrent Herpes Labialis

Place Controlled Study to Treat Recurrent Herpes Labialis.

Start date: April 2009
Phase: Phase 2
Study type: Interventional

About 80% of the worldwide population is positive on HSV antibodies. In the United States the lifetime prevalence of recurrent herpes labialis is estimated at 20% to 40%, with approximately 100 million episodes occurring in the country every year. In Switzerland about 70% of the adult population is positive on HSV-1 and about 20% is positive on HSV-2. The Herpes simplex virus has a lipid bilayer (virus-envelope), which causes the sensitiveness, to any kind of detergents. Within this bilayer cholesterol molecules are integrated and play a crucial role in virus entry into host cells. In vitro experiments have clearly shown that the depletion of cholesterol in HSV-envelope with 2- HPßCD has inhibited the ability of the virus to infect host cells. The aim of this clinical trial is to reduce the number of Herpes labialis relapse and to provide patients with recurrent Herpes labialis a real benefit, concerning the simple mechanism of action and the negligible side effects. Patients having problems in swallowing the antiviral pills of standard treatment, will find with 2- HPßCD a drug, that just has to be applied on the lips, which increases patient's quality of life tremendously. - Trial with medicinal product

NCT ID: NCT00248144 Completed - Clinical trials for Recurrent Herpes Labialis

A Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Single Day or Single Dose Famciclovir for the Treatment of Recurrent Herpes Labialis

Start date: October 2003
Phase: Phase 4
Study type: Interventional

The study is designed to assess the efficacy and safety of patient-initiated therapy with famciclovir 1500 mg o.d. or 750 mg b.i.d. for one day treatment in adult men and women with recurrent herpes labialis