Study was the first to examine the geographical variation of seminal HPV prevalence, showing a relatively high prevalence in fertility clinic attendees when compared to the general population.
The limitations of herd protection for vaccine-type HPV was examined in a recent study.
For patients with HPV-associated cancers, there are large disparities in survival based on sex, race, and age.
Successive negative HPV and cytology co-testing is linked decrease risks of cervical cancer.
Findings inform further refinement of cervical cancer screening algorithms for vaccinated populations.
Incidence of juvenile-onset respiratory papillomatosis declined with the introduction of a HPV vaccination program.
The incidence of HPV-related oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma has increased in men dramatically and that increase is projected to continue until 2060.
Varying risk perception, partner discordance in condom preference, and intermittent or partner-specific condom use make accurate assessment of condom use difficult.
A new research letter claims that 27 viruses can be found in human semen.
About 6 in 10 sexually active single men in the United States are taking responsibility for birth control.
The number of cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis reported in the United States exceeded 2 million in 2016.
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