High prevalence of human papillomavirus DNA detected in cervical swabs from women in Southern Selangor, Malaysia.

Persistent high-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is known to play an important role in the genesis of cervical cancer. Since new screening and prevention strategies, namely improved HPV testing and HPV vaccination have been aggressively promoted recently, it is crucial to investigate the HP...

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Main Authors: Chong, Pei Pei, N., Asyikin, M., Rusinahayati, S., Halimatun, Rosli, Rozita, Ng, C. K., W. H., Wan Hamilton, Tan, Boon Chong, Nordin, Noraihan, Aziz, Rohani, Hassan, Faezah, Abd Latiff, Latiffah, Abdullah, Maha, Abdul Rahman, Sabariah
Format: Article
Published: Asian Pacific Organization for Cancer Prevention 2010
Online Access:http://psasir.upm.edu.my/id/eprint/17708/1/High%20prevalence%20of%20human%20papillomavirus%20DNA%20detected%20in%20cervical%20swabs%20from%20women%20in%20Southern%20Selangor.pdf