Molluscum Contagiosum

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Jennifer says she’s noticed small, red bumps on her 3-year-old daughter’s skin that appear to be spreading. Her pediatrician diagnosed Jennifer’s daughter with molluscum contagiosum, wart-like growths caused by a virus that are easily spread by skin-to-skin contact and are common among children.