By Dr. Allison MacQueen | INcare | Total Health Management
What do cervical cancer, throat cancer, genital warts and cancer of the penis all have in common? A virus. Actually, the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a group of ‘wart’ viruses. Strains of HPV are passed easily between sexual partners, and once they invade the cells of a person’s genitals or throat, some of these strains may develop into cancer cells.