HPV Infections Most Tied to Cancer Are in Decline, and Vaccines May Be Why

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Thu Feb 28, 2019 07:08 PM

Fantastic!  This is good news,too, for the other cancers in which HPV is implicated, specifically the head and neck cancers I'm most familiar with.  HPV-related H&N squamous cell carcinoma is now the most common diagnosis for many, mostly men, who get this cancer.  

It's a case where we can do better than cure these cancers--we can completely prevent the majority of them.

Susan

Fri Mar 01, 2019 01:07 AM

Great!!  Truly great.  Cervical cancers helped.  Check!

Now what about men?

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