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Warts - Aggressive cluster

I have an aggressive cluster of Common Viral Warts. I have so far tried:
- American Terrasil Max cream
- Normal-prescribed Salicylic Acid
- Thuja 30c for about 2 weeks
- Special mix of Dulcamara 6c/Kali mur 6c/Thuja 6c pills for 2 weeks so far.
- Thuja tincture for 2 weeks so far in conjunction with above.
So far nothing is working with the exception of the Salicylic acid which will slowly burn away in a very unsightly way if I keep up with it.

The warts are:
- On the back of my left hand around the knuckle of my little finger.
- Currently around 13 in number with small beginnings of further ones nearby.
- Smooth with a hard surface.
- Painless and not weeping or irriatable.
- Diagnosed by GP as 'Common Viral Warts'.

I am:
- 30 years old
- White male
- Generally fit and healthy
- Slightly overweight
- A very busy person with a lot of responsibilities and subsequent stress levels.
- On ongoing medication for mild stomach irritation (esomeprazole)
- A moderate drinker

Please advise of genuine successful remedies experienced, whether homeopathic or otherwise, as I am becoming desperate! I have scoured most of the American remedies, and any helpful tips on these (e.g. Chris Gibson's remedy) will be gratefully received.

Many thanks
  nugget on 2009-09-29
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