4/22/2013

Children with family members who had warts had a twofold risk of getting the virus, while those who had classmates with warts were 20% more likely to become infected, Dutch researchers found. They reported that white-skinned children were more than twice as likely to develop warts compared with nonwhite peers. The findings appear in the journal Pediatrics.

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