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HPV cancer strains target the cervix which is poor in rejecting infections, resulting in dysplasia that is treatable using cryotherapy. Infection with certain types of Human papilloma virus is often the first step in the progression from a normal cervix to atypical tissues that can turn into malignancies. HUman Papilloma virus induces the growth of abnormal cells that can become malignant. HPV cancer strains target the cervix which is poor in rejecting infections, resulting in dysplasia that is treatable using cryotherapy.

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HPV Cancer

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Cervix, Cryotherapy

It usually takes many years for malignancies to develop. Atypical tissues are more likely to progress in women who smoke and have other cervical cancer risk factors. Without treatment severely dysplastic cells penetrate deeper layers of the cervix and spread to other organs, causing invasive cervical cancer. HPV cancer strains target the cervix which is poor in rejecting infections, resulting in dysplasia that is treatable using cryotherapy.

Other Topics: HPV Cure, HPV, HPV Vaccine, Oral HPV, HPV DNA Test, Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Dysplasia, ASCUS, Genital Wart Medication

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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