Multiple Sex Partners May Raise Risk of Head and Neck Cancers

The incidence of HPV-positive (human papillomavirus) squamous cell head and neck cancers has risen rapidly in the last decade. The highest risk group are those with greater numbers of sexual partners, especially among those having more oral-sex partners. The estimated prevalence of oral HPV infection is from 5-10% of the population compared to genital HPV…

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