A new study conducted at the University of South Carolina indicates human papillomavirus (HPV) infections tend to last longer in college-age black females than in their white peers, potentially exposing them to a higher risk of developing cervical cancer. Dr. Kim Creek, vice-chair and professor of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences at South Carolina College of Pharmacy in Charleston, told HealthDay his study of HPV infection amongst women enrolled at the University of South Carolina suggests black women “are more likely to have persistent high-risk HPV infection.” HPV is a sexually transmitted virus that can cause genital warts. If left untreated, ... Read More
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