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Health Promotion: Can Scare Tactics Work?

...ear campaigndesigned to reduce the risk of genital warts caused by human papilloma virus(HPV) -- the number one sexually transmitted disease on many college campuses. About half of their sample of 219 college women received a brochure onHPV with vivid, personalized language describing the consequen...

Yale cancer center to test cervical cancer prevention drug: NCI grant funds research

... the point wheresurgery is indicated. Because HPV warts are a major problem in people withsuppressed immune systems, half the study participants will be individuals whoare HIV positive. The drug, or a placebo, will be taken daily for eight weeks,during which time participants will be examined weekly for ...

New treatment for common wart

...s (UAMS) have developed a new treatment for common warts that appears to be more successful than any standa...ey can stimulate the body to fight and destroy all warts by injecting a single wart with approved skin test antigens. The treatment was successful in 74 per...

Evidence for warts treatments is weak

...ly no clear evidence that any other treatments for warts are more effective, say researchers in this week's BMJ. Sam Gibbs and colleagues reviewed 50 trials of local treatment for cutaneous warts. Much of the evidence was of poor quality. Simple topical treatments containing salicylic acid seemed to be eff...

HPV vaccine shown effective at reducing cancer-causing infections

... types 6 and 11 the most common causes of genital warts already is under study, and more of the some 100 strains of the virus likely will be added as various vaccines are further developed, he says. Should the Food and Drug Administration approve these vaccines for general use, the target audience likel...

Very high prevalence of virus linked to cervical cancer found in adolescent women

...from asymptomatic carriage of the virus to genital warts to cervical cancer. In this study, 95 percent of the subjects were sexually active, and the median number of sexual partners was two. Eighty-five percent were African American, 11 percent were Caucasian, and 3 percent were Hispanic. Participation ...

Study reveals high infection rate in teens for virus linked to cervical cancer

... its effects may range from no symptoms to genital warts to cervical cancer. In the current study, 95 percent of the participants, ages 14 to 17 years, were sexually active, and the median number of sexual partners was two. Eighty-five percent were African American, 11 percent were Caucasian and 3 percent ...

$10-million study explores men's role in transmitting HPV

...ting partners during sex. In men, genital warts appear as growths or bumps on the penis, scrotum, in or around the anus, or groin. Warts may be raised or flat, single or multiple, small or large. Sometimes they are so small that they can't be seen by the naked eye. Some people only have one epi...

New surgical procedure could save millions

... Koufman removed recurrent respiratory papillomas, warts that cause severe hoarseness and obstruct the trachea; left untreated, the condition can be fatal. She said that she chose a papilloma case for the trial of the new approach "because this is one of the worst growths to remove. If we can do the worst...

Risky surgery not always necessary to treat cervical disease

...affecting millions of women. It can cause gential warts and if left untreated, can also cause cervical cancer. According to the article, approximately 20 million people in the United States at any given time are infected and the numbers are significantly increasing throughout the world....

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