Always hiding your
COMMON WARTS?

We want to see them.

Learn about a new, local research study

About the Study

If you or your child suffers from common warts, you’re not alone. After acne, warts are the most common skin complaint. Not only are warts unsightly, but they are also contagious, and can be spread to other parts of the body. And like many skin conditions, common warts can take a major toll on self-esteem, causing sufferers 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 THWART Study). The study is for an investigational topical solution (applied twice a week) for common warts – which can appear in many places on the body, often on the fingers, hands, elbows, or knees. If you or your child (age 1 or older) have at least 1 wart, you may qualify to participate. If you join, you will receive study-related care at no cost from a local physician, and may also be compensated for your time and travel.

 

Why Participate?

If you or child has at least 1 common wart, you may qualify for the THWART Study, being conducted in select US centers. The study is evaluating a topical solution (applied twice a week) for the treatment of common warts. By joining the study, you or your child will receive:

  • Evaluations by a board-certified physician
  • Study-related care and medication at no cost*
  • Compensation for time and travel to attend study visits

* You do not need insurance to participate

 

See If You Qualify

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