One of my more "celebrated" electronic designs was the so-called Wart Zapper. Several companies put this concept into production, and many people reported results -- nearly all of them affirmative. Today I received an interesting question from Mehdi: "Is it better to research on another useful effects of your device on curing other diseases ..." This is good thinking. The answer is yes, the device has other uses. Generally, it seems to hold potential for anything that is both local and alien to the human body. A number of companies have established that it treats herpes (for example, DermaSeptic). I know also that it helps local bacterial infections and local rheumatic inflammation. The photo sequence shows the removal of a small facial wart (click on it to enlarge).