HPV transmission during oral sex a growing cause of mouth and throat cancer – Harvard Health Publications (blog)

HPV transmission during oral sex a growing cause of mouth and throat cancer
Harvard Health Publications (blog)
HPV transmitted by sexual contact often doesn't become active enough to cause symptoms. When it does become active, it tends to invade mucous membranes, such as those covering the lining of the vagina, cervix, anus, mouth, tongue, and throat. An HPV

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