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Leading Warts Clinical Trials in Boston

Seeking relief from warts? MetroBoston is offering clinical trials that provide access to potential treatments for warts while advancing clinical research. Help us find answers and make a difference. Learn more and enroll today!

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Warts are small, rough, noncancerous growths that appear on the skin. They are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which infects the top layer of the skin. Warts are very common, especially in children and teenagers. It is estimated that up to 10% of the population will have warts at some point in their lives. MetroBoston is conducting Warts clinical trials in Boston to observe the safety and efficacy of new potential treatments that may help to improve the condition. Join our Warts clinical trials today and be part of the solution!

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Safety and Efficacy Evaluation

Eligibility Criteria

Enroll in our Warts clinical trials in Boston and help us untether the complications of this condition.

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12 Years & Above

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Male and Female

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Current Status


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Frequently Asked Questions

What are warts?

Warts are noncancerous skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).

What are the 3 types of warts?

Type of WartDescriptionLocation
Common WartsFlesh-colored, rough bumps with black dotsHands, fingers, knees, elbows
Plantar WartsThick, flat warts on the soles of the feetSoles of feet
Flat WartsSmall, smooth, flesh-colored bumpsFace, hands, arms

What is the main cause of warts?

The main cause of warts is infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV). This virus enters the skin through tiny cuts or abrasions and stimulates the growth of abnormal skin cells, leading to the formation of warts.

Will I be cured at the end of the research study?

Warts clinical trials in Boston are conducted to gather data and evaluate the safety and effectiveness of treatments, but there are many factors that can influence the results.

Are there any new treatments for warts through clinical trials?

While there is no single cure for warts, several potential new treatments are being explored through clinical trials in Boston.