A new study reported that the HPV test was better at assessing women's risk of cervical cancer.
A new study found that the quadrivalent HPV vaccination does not increase women's risk of blood clots.
According to doctors, two women were cured of their cervical cancer with the help of an immune-based treatment.
A new report found that 69 percent of healthy American adults have HPV.
A new study reported that U.S. cervical cancer rates have been underestimated in previous studies.
The FDA has approved the DNA test as a first line alternative to the Pap smear for cervical cancer screening.
The FDA panel of experts has recommended the HPV test as the first step in screening patients for cervical cancer.
Entire population is facing a "tidal wave" of cancer, therefore restrictions on alcohol and sugar needs to be taken care of, said World Health Organization scientists.
Having an American citizenship increases a woman's chances of having a mammogram, according to a new study. Researchers said this is particularly true for non-U.S. natives.
A new study suggest that the HPV vaccine given to girls to protect against cervical cancer, may only need one dose instead of the recommended three doses in order to provide long-term protection.
Researchers found that current HPV vaccines do not protect black women against the virus as effectively as they do for white women.
A new WHO report found that women aged 50 and up are living longer today than they did decades ago.
Researchers found that in 2012, the percentage of girls getting the HPV vaccine remained stagnant.
Researchers from the University of Oxford found that one-third of throat cancer cases could be tied to HPV, a sexually transmitted infection.
Researchers found that single males and smokers are at a higher risk of developed HPV-related oral infections and cancers.