Human Papillomavirus Genotype-Specific Persistence and Potential Risk Factors among Korean Women: Results from a 2-Year Follow-up Study

@inproceedings{Ingabire2018HumanPG,
  title={Human Papillomavirus Genotype-Specific Persistence and Potential Risk Factors among Korean Women: Results from a 2-Year Follow-up Study},
  author={Cecile Ingabire and Min Kyung Lim and Young-Joo Won and Jin Kyoung Oh},
  booktitle={Cancer research and treatment : official journal of Korean Cancer Association},
  year={2018}
}
Purpose High-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) infection progression should be considered a critical factor for preventing cervical cancer, although most infections are transient and rarely persist. This study aimed to examine the specific types of HPV infections, their change patterns, and the potential risk factors among Korean women. Materials and… CONTINUE READING