What other diseases are caused by HPV?
Over 150 Strains of HPV:
HPV, which stands for human papillomavirus, is the most common STD in America, infecting over 79 million people. However, HPV actually strands for an entire family of related virus strains with more than 150 different members. The virus lives in the skin's epithelial cells and can spread from skin to skin contact.
Answer and Explanation:
Most of these variations cause no symptoms and are not at high-risk for causing other diseases. The most well-known strains are HPV-6 and HPV-11, both...
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