Experts encourage boys to be vaccinated against HPV, saying that the best way to prevent head and neck cancers, which are more common in men, is to get the HPV vaccine.
Cervical cancer may end up with their cervical screening test and vaccine, according to health experts.
A new HPV vaccine may prevent 80 percent of cervical cancers, according to recent findings published in the JNCI Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
New findings published in the journal Annals of Internal medicine reveal new clinical advice that aims to reduce the need for screening of cervical cancer in average risk women who are not exhibiting symptoms.
On Thursday, new recommendations for cervical cancer screenings were released on the human papillomavirus (HPV), which will incorporate a pap smear, along with one approved HPV test to be used for cancer screening. For the past 80 years, a pap smear alone was used to test for cervical cancer.