Treatment of genital warts with a combination of liquid nitrogen and recombinant DNA human alpha interferon
Condylomata Acuminata infections (anogenital warts) are treated in infected patients by administering liquid nitrogen and immediately thereafter beginning administering recombinant DNA human alpha interferon thrice a week for three weeks. The interferon exemplified is recombinant DNA human interferon alfa-2b in which 1.0.times.10.sup.6 International Units are administered by injection to each lesion. The liquid nitrogen is the cryosurgical agent exemplified and it is topically administered to each lesion by conventional means.
Smiles; Kenneth A. (Windsor, NJ), Peets; Edwin A. (New York, NY), Tanner; Daniel J. (Brooklyn, NY)
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