Human papillomavirus infection and P53 codon 72 genotypes in a Hispanic population at high-risk for cervical cancer.

Abstract

Cervical cancer mortality is high in Texas, especially among Hispanic women living in south Texas and adjacent Mexico. Though human papillomavirus (HPV) infection has a causal role in the development of cervical cancer, there are no published data on the prevalence of HPV genotypes in this underscreened region. We studied 398 Hispanic women on both sides of… (More)

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@article{Haws2005HumanPI, title={Human papillomavirus infection and P53 codon 72 genotypes in a Hispanic population at high-risk for cervical cancer.}, author={Andrea L Fuessel Haws and Sabine Woeber and Miroslava Gomez and Noe Garza and Yvonne G{\'o}mez and Peter L. Rady and Qin He and Lifang Zhang and James J. Grady and Joseph B Mccormick and Susan P. Fisher-Hoch and Stephen Keith Tyring}, journal={Journal of medical virology}, year={2005}, volume={77 2}, pages={265-72} }