Hpv Caused 25000 Cancers Including Cervical Cancer
HPV Caused 25,000 Cancers, including Cervical Cancer
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), HPV caused 25,000 cancers in the U.S. from 1998-2003. This includes cervical cancer, cancer of the head and neck, anal cancer, and others.
This shows that it is important to be tested for HPV and it is important to be tested for cervical cancer by getting the Pap test (pap smear), and by getting the vaccine to prevent getting HPV. If your cervical cancer was missed or misdiagnosed, see the Pennsylvania cervical cancer attorneys.