Infectious Agents and Cancer
Geisel School of Medicine
The worldwide administration of bivalent and quadrivalent HPV vaccines has resulted in cross-protection against non-vaccine HPV types. Infection with multiple HPV types may offer similar cross-protection in the natural setting. We hypothesized that infections with two or more HPV types from the same species, and independently, infections with two or more HPV types from different species, associate with protection from high-grade lesions.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Sobota, Rafal S.; Ramogola-Masire, Doreen; Williams, Scott M.; and Zetola, Nicola M., "Co-infection with HPV Types from the Same Species Provides Natural Cross-Protection from Progression to Cervical Cancer" (2014). Dartmouth Scholarship. 1006.