Combination therapy has demonstrated promising results for most patients. The therapy combines the use of the powerful antiviral drug Interferon with wart removal techniques, like lasers to vaporize the wart. The interferon helps the body fight and suppress the virus while a medical laser vaporizes the warts.
The FDA approved combination therapy decreases the chances of reoccurrence significantly. However, the success of the therapy depends on the severity, extent and size of the venereal warts and the health of the patient’s immune system.
Our center was an early combined therapy adopter.
Combination therapy explained.
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"... Aetna considers interferon alfa-N3 (Alferon N) medically necessary for intralesional treatment of refractory or recurring external condylomata acuminata (venereal/genital warts)..."
"... These three groups of IFNs have been used successfully as monotherapy or in combination with traditional modalities to treat anogenital condyloma acuminatum."
" ... Conclusion: Interferon is effective as adjuvant treatment in controlling the recurrence of genital HPV."
"... In conclusion we believe that IFN alpha-2a can be used with excellent results as first line treatment in combination with CO2 laser vaporization or/plus 5-FU in patients with C.A. or F.C. or combined condylomata."