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It is possible to treat warts, but the human papilloma virus cannot be removed from the body and can even lead to cervical cancer. A study with an erbium shows that treatment with YAG revealed no HPV DNA in the smoke plume. Treatment with the flash lamp-pumped pulse dye has shown mixed results in curing, with decreased risk of scarring and transmission of HPV in the smoke plume. It is possible to treat warts, but the human papilloma virus cannot be removed from the body and can even lead to cervical cancer.

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Human Papilloma Virus, Cervical Cancer

The most successful methods of treating resistant disorders is laser removal. One retrospective study revealed a cure rate of 64% at 12 months. A risk of nosocomial infection also exists in health care workers, since HPV can be isolated in the plume. The procedure can be painful and leave scarring. It is possible to treat warts, but the human papilloma virus cannot be removed from the body and can even lead to cervical cancer.

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