By Lizette Borreli | Thu, 12/19/2013 - 17:00
Simple HPV home tests may detect infection in women and reduce the incidence of cervical cancer.
By Anthony Rivas | Mon, 11/04/2013 - 19:07
Although it's recommended that women receive three doses of the HPV vaccine, a new study finds that one dose may be just as effective, giving hope to the many in developing countries who can't afford the series.
By Matthew Mientka | Sun, 09/29/2013 - 12:14
The sexual liberalization of the last century could explain the increase in head and neck cancers over the past generations, but a divergence between Blacks and whites remains unexplained.
By Anthony Rivas | Sun, 06/02/2013 - 11:48
A study of women in India, who lack access to usual cervical cancer testing, has found that a simple vinegar-based test cuts death rates by 31 percent.
By Jonathan Weiss | Fri, 05/10/2013 - 10:13
Data analyzing 30 years of cancers in the US indicates that preceding the HPV vaccine introduction, virus-related cancers were on the rise.
By Jonathan Weiss | Thu, 05/09/2013 - 11:45
A public-private partnership alliance has brokered a historic price reduction for HPV vaccines in poor countries.
By Amber Moore | Wed, 10/24/2012 - 10:43
It is okay for women to get Pap test done once every three to five years, say new guidelines issued by The American Congress for Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
By Charles Poladian | Mon, 10/15/2012 - 10:28
The fear that the Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination would lead to more promiscuous behavior in girls has been debunked in a new study.
By Amber Moore | Thu, 10/11/2012 - 10:18
A new vaccine has been shown to be effective in treating women who are already infected with the human papillomavirus (HPV).
By Nikki Tucker | Tue, 09/25/2012 - 16:59
In 2008 more than 80,000 women were diagnosed with a type of gynecologic cancer and nearly 30,000 women died as a result. A new study suggests by raising awareness of symptoms, it can lead to early detection and improve survival rates.
By Martin Grens | Wed, 09/05/2012 - 09:29
All girls in Europe should be immunized against HPV that causes cervical cancer and current vaccine coverage rates are far too low, European Union health officials said.