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Human carcinogen -- Infection with Human papillomavirus type 35

Human carcinogen -- Infection with Human papillomavirus type 35: Introduction

Human carcinogen -- Infection with Human papillomavirus type 35: Infection with Human papillomavirus type 35 is deemed to be carcinogenic to humans. Infection with the virus does not mean the patient will definitely develop cancer but the risk of cancer is increased. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Human carcinogen -- Infection with Human papillomavirus type 35 is available below.

Symptoms of Human carcinogen -- Infection with Human papillomavirus type 35

Treatments for Human carcinogen -- Infection with Human papillomavirus type 35

  • Avoidance of exposure to carcinogen
  • Ongoing surveillance for cancer following exposure dependant upon type of carcinogen, degree of exposure, and likely type of cancer resulting from exposure
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