WHAT CONSEQUENCES DOES THIS INFECTION HAVE?
Generally, HPV infection does not cause any alteration and resolves spontaneously, disappearing within 2 years. In a minority of cases, however, the virus causes lesions in the cervix of the uterus. However, a small fraction of HPV infections, if left untreated, can slowly progress to cancer.
Cervical cancer is the second most common form of cancer in women, after breast cancer. Unlike other cancers, cervical cancer has a well-defined cause: persistent infection caused by one or more of the 14high-risk variants of HPV.
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