Study links stress with increased cervical cancer risk from HPV

02/17/2008 | Yahoo!

A new study found high stress levels in women were associated with deficits in immune response to HPV 16, a strain of HPV thought to be a main cause of cervical cancer. However, researchers say more information is needed to determine whether stress causes the deficits.

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