Clinical Study for Common Warts

Does your child have


Learn about a local, no cost research study for
kids (ages 9 - 17) with common skin warts

About the Study

Millions of kids struggle with common skin warts. In fact, after acne warts are the most common skin complaint. Common warts can appear anywhere on your child's body, but often show up on hands, fingers, elbows, or knees. Not only are warts unsightly, but they are also contagious, and can be spread to other parts of your child's body. And like many skin conditions, common warts can take a toll on your child's self-esteem, causing them to feel embarrassed or self-conscious.

Right now, doctors at select centers in the U.S. are accepting participants for a new clinical research study. The study is to determine whether an investigational patch treatment is safe and effective in clearing common warts in adolescents. If your child is 9 - 17 years old and has at least 1 wart, he/she may qualify to participate. If you join, your child will receive study-related care at no cost from a local study physician, and you may also be compensated for your time and travel.

See If Your Child Qualifies

To see if your child might qualify for the study, and to get connected directly with your local study center to learn more, please take the questionnaire below.