Jorge Salmeron

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BACKGROUND Human papillomaviruses (HPVs) cause genital warts and cancers in men. The natural history of HPV infection in men is largely unknown, and that information is needed to inform prevention strategies. The goal in this study was to estimate incidence and clearance of type-specific genital HPV infection in men, and to assess the associated factors. (More)
BACKGROUND Human papillomavirus virus type 16 (HPV-16) and HPV-18 cause a large proportion of oropharyngeal cancers, which are increasing in incidence among males, and vaccine efficacy against oral HPV infections in men has not been previously evaluated. METHODS Sera and saliva collected in mouthwash and Merocel sponges at day 1 and month 7 were obtained(More)
OBJECTIVES Genital HPV infection in men causes benign and cancerous lesions, the incidence of which differs by age. The goal of this work was to comprehensively evaluate incidence and clearance of individual HPV genotypes among men by age group. METHODS HIV-negative men ages 18-70 with no history of anogenital cancer were recruited for the HPV Infection(More)
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