Christina S. Chu, MD
Ultima Vez Modificado: 18 de agosto del 2002
Dear OncoLink "Ask The Experts,"
If you are told that you have Mild Cervical Dysplasia do you have HPV?
Christina S. Chu, MD, Assistant Professor of the Division of Gynecologic Oncology at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, responds:
Most, but not all dysplasia lesions of the cervix are associated with an HPV infection. A biopsy or pap does not pick up all HPV infections. However, you should know that most people who are infected with HPV never develop cervical dysplasia. Your body's immune system can also clear the HPV infection. HPV is transmitted through sexual contact.Imprima English
Oct 11, 2012 - A new candidate vaccine designed to prevent cervical dysplasia and cancer in women already infected with human papillomavirus serotypes 16 and 18 is well tolerated and induces a robust immune response, according to a phase 1 study published in the Oct. 10 issue of Science Translational Medicine.