Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 22nd, 1999
HPV is well known to be associated with cervical cancer and vulvar cancer. Studies have suggested that it may play a role in other cancers, such as penile, bladder, ovarian, and endometrial cancer (Dianzani et al., Urology, 1998;51:1046-1048).
W.R. Brewster, MD, of the University of California, and associates assessed the role of HPV in uterine cancer. Their findings were published in the October 1999 issue of the journal, Gynecologic Oncology ("Does Human Papillomavirus Have a Role in Cancers of the Uterine Corpus'" Gynecologic Oncology, October...
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