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** Is There a Cure for HPV? **
By Lisa Fayed, About.com Guide
Updated April 21, 2007
About.com Health's Disease and Condition content is reviewed by our Medical
*Question: *Is There a Cure for HPV?
HPV is a virus that affects more than 20 million Americans.
*Answer: *There currently is no cure for HPV. However, the virus frequently
goes away on its own without any treatment, and without causing any
problems. In some cases, though, it can lead to genital warts and cervical
cancer. Because HPV does not normally produce symptoms, most people are
unaware that they have HPV.
The types of HPV that cause genital warts and cervical cancer can be
managed, not cured. Genital warts can be treated by removing them, however
it does not "cure" the patient.
High risk types of HPV known to cause cervical cancer can be detected and
managed through routine Pap smears in women. A Pap smear can detect
abnormal changes in the cervix caused by HPV long before they become
1. Centers for Disease and Prevention."Sexually Transmitted Disease
Guidelines 2006." Sep 2006. Accessed 7 Nov 2006.
2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Genital HPV Infection - CDC
Fact Sheet". May 2004. Accessed 7 Nov 2006.
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