Condom use promotes regression of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and clearance of human papillomavirus: A randomized clinical trial

@article{Hogewoning2003CondomUP,
  title={Condom use promotes regression of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and clearance of human papillomavirus: A randomized clinical trial},
  author={Cornelis J. A. Hogewoning and Maaike C. G. Bleeker and Adriaan J. C. van den Brule and Feja J. Voorhorst and Peter J. F. Snijders and Johannes Berkhof and Pieter J. Westenend and Chris J.L.M. Meijer},
  journal={International Journal of Cancer},
  year={2003},
  volume={107}
}
Women with persistent HPV infections have increased risk of progressive CIN lesions. Transmission of HPV between sexual partners might maintain viral infection and, consequently, may influence the clinical course of CIN. We investigated the effect of condom use on regression of CIN lesions and on clearance of HPV. Women with CIN and their male sexual partners were randomized for condom use (condom group n = 72 and noncondom group n = 76). They were conservatively managed and followed every 3–6… 
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