Moluscs Contagiums

Sanjay G. Manohar sanj at mano-po.demon.co.uk
Sat Aug 12 19:53:18 EST 1995


In article: <40fptu$612 at mrnews.mro.dec.com>  hamilton at vaxspo.enet.dec.com 
(Hamilton L. Tafarella) writes:
> 
> I am not an Biology expert, I am just trying to help a little boy in Belgium
> that has caught a virus called moluscs contagiums (or something that sounds
> like this). His parents gotta take him to the doctor every month to extract
> little "bubbles" that grows all around his body with an scalpel.
> 
> I am not finding any info about this virus, so, I'd be glad if you guys 
could
> send me some, like the treatments available, what should his parents can 
> expect to the near future, what is this virus and how it develops, etc.
> 
> As it is very difficult for me to join the Usenet (it takes about 1 hour) 
> please send all info to hamilton at bzo.mts.dec.com. Thanks in advance.
> 
> Ham. 

	Molluscum Contagiosum is a viral skin disease characterised by small 
dimpled pimples. I think it is particularly vulnerable to structural damage: 
i.e. scratching should cause it to go away!

P.S. I'm not a qualified doctor, I'm 16 and like medicine. This is just my 
opinion!

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