General Concerns

Colposcopy or a LEEP During Pregnancy
Do I need a pap smear if I have never had sex?
Evaluation of abnormal uterine bleeding
Fertility Drugs and Cancer
Fluoride during Head & Neck Radiation
Infection during Pap testing
Is it Bartholin's Gland Cancer?
Is there a correlation between cancer and shingles?
Management of Vulvar Dysplasia
Molar Pregnancy
MRI Concerns
Normal pregnancy after having a molar pregnancy
Paget's disease of the vulva
Prophylactic Oopherectomy for High Risk
Should I have a hysterectomy to avoid gynecologic cancers?
SIL (Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion)
Stick With One Type of Vaccine
Treatment for Bartholin Gland Cancer
Treatment for CIN III
Vaginal Cuff Smear

HPV-Positive Test Less Likely Than Previously Reported

Apr 18, 2015 - The incidence of a positive carcinogenic human papillomavirus (HPV) test in a general population of women is less likely than previously reported, suggesting concerns over HPV testing in general clinical practice may be overstated, according to research published in the March issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology.

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