What everyone should know about human papillomavirus (HPV): Questions and answers

September 2006
Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality;2006, Vol. 15 Issue 3/4, p171
Academic Journal
The article presents questions and answers related to human papillomavirus (HPV). It inquires about the types of HPV, including those that are referred to as low-risk viruses. It asks about the relation of HPV infection to cervical cancer. Tips for preventing oneself from getting HPV are offered, including the use of condom.


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