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We've all heard about HPV, but do you understand the risks? Don't fall for misinformation.
By Thea Engst
Reviewed by Lori McNeal, M.D. | Gynecology
by Giddy Staff
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by Sarah Morris
I never thought I would have cancer at age 33, especially not cancer caused by an STI.
by Andrea Tyrell
HPV is the most common STI, and it's linked to cancer, so diagnosis and treatment are critical.
by Erin Coleman
by Collette Bishop Hendler, RN, MA, MS, CIC
Staying informed about HPV can reduce your risk for cancer, including cervical cancer.
HPV symptoms are rarely obvious, so caution and monitoring are crucial to minimize cancer risk.
HPV can create serious complications but doesn't often show symptoms. Take note and stay aware.
by Shayne Tyrpin
by David Hopper
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by Courtney Johnston
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HPV doesn't have to be a roadblock. There are a number of ways to protect you and your partner.
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Reducing Your Risks for Cervical Cancer
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