A study in Circulation Research linked high-risk human papillomavirus infection with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease in women ages 30 and older. Researchers said more studies are needed to find high-risk HPV genotypes linked to CVD and to implement vaccine strategies to reduce CVD risk.
Study links high-risk HPV, cardiovascular disease in women
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