(Not) For Women Only: HPV Affects Half of Adult Men, Study Shows

People often think the transmission of human papilloma virus (HPV) is something that endangers women, but a new study shows there may be a good reason to aim similar prevention messages at men. Researchers found that about half of adult men could have HPV at some point. "We found that a big proportion -- about 50 percent -- of men have genital HPV infection of one type or another," said Anna Giuliano, lead researcher and chair of the Department of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics at the H....Full Story
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