Men who had more oral sex partners had a higher risk of developing head and throat cancers from HPV, a new study reported.
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.
A new report found that 69 percent of healthy American adults have HPV.
Researchers from the University of Oxford found that one-third of throat cancer cases could be tied to HPV, a sexually transmitted infection.
Researchers believe that blood tests could possibly detect sexually transmitted oral cancers years before the cancer is detectable.
Famous actor, Michael Douglas revealed that his particular type of throat cancer resulted from oral sex.
If you suffer from frequent heartburn you are more likely to develop cancers of the pharynx (throat) and larynx (vocal cord), and the risk is significant even in you don't smoke or drink.