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Who would need a human papillomavirus DNA detection test?
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: If there is anal
& genital warts, cervix cancer, and now oropharyneal cancer, dna in the tumor, and detection of p-16 by in situ hybridization may define cause of cancers/pre-cancers.
Infection is common, and infrequently leads to disease.

In brief: If there is anal
& genital warts, cervix cancer, and now oropharyneal cancer, dna in the tumor, and detection of p-16 by in situ hybridization may define cause of cancers/pre-cancers.
Infection is common, and infrequently leads to disease.
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