CDC warns the American public about the high prevalence of HPV among adults.
A study on HPV reveal that vaccines for the vaccine for the disease works better in fewer doses.
Health official said the vaccine is only released to the public if scientific tests, called clinical trials, show the benefits outweigh the risks. NHS claimed the safety and effectiveness of Gardasil, the vaccine used to guard against HPV, has been rigorously tested in clinical trials.
HPV infection continually increases among men but the vaccination rate remains low.
Cervical cancer death rates more serious than previously thought, a new study found.
Since it's National Cervical Cancer Awareness this month, women are advised on how to prevent this type of deadly cancer.
A new DNA test may help detect cervical cancer and may replace pap smear testing.
"Tree man" from Bangladesh has his hands back after 16 surgeries over the past year.
Yearly, Get Yourself Tested (GYT) launches online campaigns and outside activities to raise the awareness and promote sexual health and tackle about the inexplicably increasing rates of STD among young people. The activity is being held every April as it is the month for STD awareness.
New findings suggest a 64% drop in HPV infections since the anti-STD vaccine was introduced a decade ago.
According to a recent study, men are more likely to mouth and throat related cancer linked to human papillomavirus, or HPV, one of the most common infections transmitted sexually, say the researchers.
Men who had more oral sex partners had a higher risk of developing head and throat cancers from HPV, a new study reported.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated vaccine recommendations for HPV.
New study suggests that oral human papilloma virus (HPV) infection linked to HPV 16 increases the risk for head and neck cancer 22 times indicating a strong causal role in development of other cancers than was previously known.
Not all doctors strongly recommend preteens to get the HPV vaccine, a new survey found.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.