What is Toenail Fungus?
Toenail fungus (onychomycosis) is a progressive fungal infection which generally does not go away on its own. Proper detection, diagnosis, and early treatment can help speed recovery and prevent permanent nail damage. Onychomycosis begins as a white or yellow spot under the top of the nail. As the infection moves deeper, it may cause the nail to discolour, thicken, and crumble at the edge. It is a common condition that can affect several nails, but usually not all of them.
- Antifungal creams
- Antifungal pills
- Laser treatment
- Nail removal
Sponsor: MOBERG PHARMA
A multi-centre, double-blind, randomized, vehicle-controlled study of efficacy and safety of topical MOB015B in the treatment of mild to moderate distal subungual onychomycosis (DSO)
- Age 12 to 70 years
- Mild to moderate toenail fungus affecting 20-50% of at least 1 great toenail
- 48 weeks of treatment with topical medication or placebo
- Approximately 7 clinic visits over a period of about 58 weeks
We currently do not have any upcoming clinical trials for toenail fungus. Please see our recruiting toenail fungus study or contact us to be placed on a contact list for our next available clinical trial.