I have been dealing with this question in my head since I did my CDC rotation during nursing school. What the CDC and researchers tell us varies from country to country as well as treatments do. I have come to the conclusion as more and more research info comes available that they are discovering more and more strains and reasons why people have contracted it over time. When I was first diagnosed they were baffled cause I had an STD but upon exam was obviously a virgin. Now we know that there are over 100 different strains with less than 40 being STD related. What do you think about this? How many of us have a family history of cervical cancers prior to HPV? There is a reason they don't track HPV like other they do other STD's...they can't prove it was caused by sexual contact. We do know that at least 4 types have been proven to cause genital warts. What are your thoughts??
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