Learn about the human papillomavirus (HPV), the most common sexually transmitted infection, screening recommendations, its links to cancer, genital warts, and more.
Danielle was too embarrassed to tell her friends she was diagnosed with HPV 12 years ago. Now, she’s raising awareness of the common virus.
For generations, the leading cause of throat cancer was tobacco. Not anymore. Here’s what the experts have to say about a whole new threat to your health.
While Pap smears and HPV tests have been fairly effective in detecting cervical cancer, a cervical cancer test based on epigenetics is basically fool-proof — and more affordable.
The current HPV vaccine, Gardasil9, prevents cervical cancer—but a new vaccine could actually get rid of HPV and precancerous cells in people who are already affected.
High-risk strains of HPV linked to cancer may also be associated with cardiovascular disease, according to a study.
Confused about cervical cancer screening? Learn what different tests look for and what your results may mean here.
There’s currently no screening test that can help identify HPV-related throat cancer early. But new research suggests we’re one step closer.
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HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection. And it's a rising cause of throat cancer. Learn how you can protect yourself.