Papillomavirus

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  • Plantar Warts Research Paper

    FOOT WARTS Foot warts are usually known as plantar warts/ Myrmecia/ verruca Plantaris or verruca caused by HPV( Human Papillomavirus) which occurs on the toes or on the sole of the foot. These HPV infections can be anywhere in the body but are not plantar. The virus is self-limiting but to decrease the duration and to reduce the symptoms and transmission, treatment is necessary. Genetics plays a major role in determining whether the disease is susceptible or not and about 7-10% of the US…

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  • Sexually Transmitted Disease Analysis

    Introduction Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) are a combination of more than 25 infectious diseases caused by different types of bacteria and viruses. These viruses and bacteria have a negative impact on the American population because most often it is unnoticed and comes with no warning sign. With no cautionary signs, STDs can be transported from one individual to another through sexual contact. In light of this knowledge, STDs is in need of annihilation in the United States, because…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The HPV Vaccine

    What if cancer was preventable? What if thousands of lives could be saved? While not the case for all, some forms of cancer can be prevented. The vaccine that protects against the human papillomavirus (HPV) accomplishes this feat, yet many still do not receive the vaccine. In fact, according to a study performed in 2016, 61% of health care professionals stated that the most commonly refused or rescheduled vaccine was the Gardasil vaccine, which is the name for the vaccine that protects against…

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  • Rota Vaccine Research Paper

    Rotavirus (RV) - This disease is for infants. The disease rotavirus causes watery diarrhea, vomiting, and fever. This can lead to dehydration and hospitalization. I would not consider getting this vaccine as it only benefits babies. Pneumococcal Vaccination (PCV) - The vaccine helps to prevent pneumococcal disease which is an infection caused by streptococcus pneumonia bacteria. This can cause sepsis and then result in organ failure, tissue damage or even death. Currently, I do not plan on…

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  • Hpv Vaccination

    To determine the adolescent knowledge level of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination. Different educational material could conduct sexual health in certain influence to the HPV vaccination. The level of suitability of material and readability of readers both affected efficiency in education. As for the promotion of HPV, leaflet is prevalent material at school and hospital. Literacy level influence sexual knowledge and justified belief. Research by Corcoran, N., & Ahmad, F. (2016)indicates that…

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  • Cervical Cancer Case Study Essay

    Case Study: Cervical Cancer Epidemiology and health is concerned with the study of the distribution and the determinants of health and disease in human populations. This case study will review cervical cancer, firstly it will outline and define the condition. It will then present up-to-date data describing the impact, prevalence and mortality rates of the condition before moving on to discuss the distribution and trends of the disease among the Scottish female population. Finally it will…

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  • Vaccination Disadvantages

    Vaccination is the process of injecting antigenic material to stimulate immune response. Conventional vaccines insert attenuated or killed infectious agent, such as virus or antigenic protein, into the body to stimulate immune system to develop immunity against the pathogen. However, this type of vaccines has some weakness. For example, attenuated virus may suddenly become very active in the body and cause disease instead of stimulating immune response. Conventional vaccines also unable to…

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  • Mouth Cancer Research Paper

    develop oral cancers. Smokeless tobacco users. Users of snuff, dip, or the chewing of tobacco products are 50 times more likely to develop cancers of the gums, cheek, and lining of the lips. HPV. Infection with the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (specifically the HPV 16 type) has been blamed for the start of oral cancers. Age. Risk increases with age. Oral cancer occurs most often in people over the age of 40. Sun exposure. Cancer of the lip can be caused by sun exposure. Diet. A…

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  • Planet Of Viruses

    of the books I choose to read, The Planet of Viruses gives a brief summary of different viruses in a fascinating way. Zimmer introduces you to the history of virology by exploring some of the common viruses such as rhinovirus, influenza, human papillomavirus (HPV), marine bacteriophages and endogenous retroviruses. He even describes some of the ancient virus such as HIV, West Nile Virus, Ebola, smallpox to name of few. Zimmer writes in a manner for people who have minimal knowledge of…

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  • Cryotherapy Research Paper

    applied to the treated area. Blisters may sometimes develop but these turn to scabs later and flake off. Before Undergoing Cryotherapy If you happen to have genital warts and are seriously contemplating their removal, always remember that human papillomavirus, the virus that brings about the warts, cannot be cured and will remain in your system. HPV can remain inactive inside our bodies for a long time without manifesting any symptom. Cryotherapy will only remove the external genital warts but…

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