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Clinical Study

Skin Cancer Prevention Education for Pregnant Mothers and Their New Babies

Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States. Parents are important in their childrens sun safety. Research is needed to find out how possible and effective it is to provide sun protection education to pregnant mothers. While studying the effects of the mothers sun protection actions. The information we learn will aid future patients.

I AM INTERESTED

For more information contact:

William Tanguy

  william.tanguy@hci.utah.edu
  801-839-5582

IRB#: IRB_00150970 | PI: Yelena Wu | Department: DERMATOLOGY | Approval Date: 2022-03-30 21:06:00
Study Categories: Cancer Studies

Who can participate?

 Gender: Female Only

 Age: Under 7 or over 18 years old

 Volunteers: Healthy Volunteers

 Location: From Home


Inclusion Criteria:

  • Mothers 18 years and older and their babies 0-6 months old
  • Pregnant mother with one baby in second or third trimester
  • Healthy mother and baby living at home after childbirth
  • Computer, cell phone, or tablet
  • Internet access

Exclusion Criteria:

  • Do not speak English
  • Personal history of skin cancer
  • High-risk pregnancy
  • Baby not home with family after the birth
  • Baby diagnosed with birth defects

Will I be paid for my time?

Yes

Last Updated: 4/5/21