HPV: Know the Risks and Prevention

June 27, 2017 12:00 PM with
Dr. Bruce Brockstein

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Human papillomaviruses are the most commonly sexually transferred infections in the United States, and while they can go away, there is a risk for long term health problems, including genital warts and throat, vaginal and cervical cancers. Fortunately, there are now many more ways to prevent and detect these infections. Dr. Bruce Brockstein, Medical Oncologist within the NorthShore Kellogg Cancer Center, will be sharing his expertise and answering your questions on HPV infections, including risks, testing and preventative options, along with information on HPV-related cancer diagnosis and treatment.

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