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"can a man get HPV from a woman who has cervical cancer?"
   I do not know much about HPV really. A person whom i not friends with but know has cervical cancer which she told me was caused by HPV. That was a shocker. I always thought cervical cancer was just that a cancer but not not caused by a std.
anyway i got curious and went to american cancer society web page
it stated that anyone who has ever had sex has come in contact and got the hpv that most people body clears HPv up and get rid of it
and that when there a case where the body fails to rid itself of HPV
then in males it gives warts and wemon civerical cancer.
if that true then if a man had sex with a woman with cirvical cancer can he catch the HPV Virus from her?


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