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Possible human carcinogenic exposure -- Human papillomavirus genus beta

Possible human carcinogenic exposure -- Human papillomavirus genus beta: Introduction

Possible human carcinogenic exposure -- Human papillomavirus genus beta: Some evidence indicates that exposure to Human papillomavirus genus beta has a possible link to an increased risk of developing cancer in humans The carcinogenicity of the virus may be influenced by the duration of the exposure as well as other individual factors. Not everyone who has the virus will develop cancer but having the virus will increase the risk of developing certain cancers. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Possible human carcinogenic exposure -- Human papillomavirus genus beta is available below.

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  • 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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