Posts Tagged ‘HPV

A government task force recommends less frequent screening for cervical cancer and reverses its initial advice on HPV testing, allowing it for some women. -Team@CMHF  

HIV and the risk of non-communicable diseases

Posted by: admin on: January 18, 2012

  Antiretroviral drugs have significantly improved the life expectancy of people living with HIV, but it has been seen that the virus – and often the ARVs themselves – can make people more susceptible to non-communicable diseases than the rest of the population. -Team@CMHF

Cancer groups release cervical cancer screening guidelines

Posted by: admin on: November 10, 2011

Three leading U.S. cancer groups have proposed new guidelines for cervical cancer testing for women, including when to start screening for sexually active young women, extending intervals between screenings and in some cases, supplementing the traditional Pap test with human papilloma virus (HPV) testing.

Alternate Cytology Sensitive for Cervical Cancer

Posted by: admin on: November 8, 2011

A study says that cervical cancer screening using liquid-based cytology is as sensitive as conventional cytology. HPV prevalence rate falls with age. Screening those who are at higher risk for cervical cancer or who have not been adequately screened should be the main focus. Team@CMHF

Stress the ‘Human’ in HPV, One Man Suggests

Posted by: admin on: October 24, 2011

Within the last few years the connection between high-risk HPV types and cancers of the cervix, penis and anus has been understood. Since human papillomavirus affects both sexes equally, should men also be vaccinated? Team@CMHF

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