HPV Causing More Oral Cancer in Men

Feb 02, 2008 By MIKE STOBBE, AP Medical Writer

(AP) -- The sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer in women is poised to become one of the leading causes of oral cancer in men, according to a new study.



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