Human Papillomavirus Infection And Cancer Risk

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Anna R. Giuliano, program leader, cancer epidemiology, H. Lee Moffitt cancer center and research institute, Tampa, Fla.

Maura Gillison, professor and Jeg Coughlin chair of cancer research, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

A new report in the journal Lancet says about half the men in the U.S., Brazil and Mexico are infected with HPV, a group of viruses that includes some known to cause cancer and other diseases. Host Ira Flatow and guests discuss HPV infection and its relationship to cancer.

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