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HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS INFECTION AND CERVICAL CANCER: A REVIEW
*Dr. Anusha T. Solanki (BDS)
Among many types of HPV, around 15 which are linked to cancer. In addition, the age-specific HPV prevalence varies across different populations and showed two peaks of HPV positivity in younger and older women. However, there are still many countries where the population-based prevalence has not yet been identified. Moreover, cervical cancer screening strategies are different between countries. Organized cervical screening programs are potentially more effective than opportunistic screening programs. In spite of the successful implementation of the HPV vaccination program in many countries all over the world, problems related to HPV prevention and treatment of the related diseases will continue to persist in developing and underdeveloped countries. Viral infections contribute as a cause of 15–20% of all human cancers. Infection by oncogenic viruses can promote different stages of carcinogenesis.[Full Text Article]