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Do you have flu like symptoms?

Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, has symptoms similar to a cold or flu. Learn more about being a part of the ROSE RSV research study evaluating an investigational medicine.

RSV Outpatient Subject Exploratory Study

In the ROSE study, doctors want to evaluate an investigational RSV medicine to learn more about its safety and effect on RSV infection. The investigational medicine has not been approved to treat RSV, and is only available in research studies like this one. The results of this study may provide more information about the investigational medicine when it is given to non-hospitalized adults with RSV.

Symptoms of RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) infection include:

Runny nose and nasal congestion

(stuffy nose)

Sore throat

Decrease in appetite (not hungry)




Breathing difficulties or wheezing

If you experience any of these symptoms, you may have RSV and could be eligible for the ROSE RSV research study. If you think you may qualify or want to learn more,  Contact Kate Ellis on [email protected] or 03 4215 2878

Last Modified: Monday, 24 June 2019