Specific therapies for human papilloma virus infections.

@article{Snoeck1998SpecificTF,
  title={Specific therapies for human papilloma virus infections.},
  author={Robert Snoeck and Graciella Andrei and Erik de Clercq},
  journal={Current opinion in infectious diseases},
  year={1998},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={733-7}
}
Human papillomavirus induces the hyperproliferation of epithelial cells, leading to a broad spectrum of human diseases, ranging from benign warts to malignant neoplasms, depending on the location of the lesion, the immune status of the patient and the type of human papillomavirus. Current therapies for human papillomavirus-associated diseases are based on the excision or ablation of dysplastic or malignant tissue, and are associated with a high frequency of recurrent disease, discomfort and… CONTINUE READING

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