Women at Risk: The HPV Epidemic and Your Cervical Health

by Rachel on May 3, 2010

Important Product DescriptionThis book explains one of the most dangerous, relatively unknown, sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV), the leading cause of cancer of the cervix. Written by an expert in pathology, demystifies women at risk of illness caused by cancer of the cervix HPV that affect health, including genital warts, causes cancer and cervical dysplasia. He discussed the importance of the Pap test for detection of viruses, says what to do if your results are to be done. . . More>>

Women at Risk: The HPV Epidemic and Your Cervical Health

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Batsheva Nathan May 3, 2010 at 3:03 am

I saw in my local laboratory signs (when I went for blood tests) about HPV. I think there are a lot of outdoor learning intiative. It was time! Henderson, Yasgur Warshowsky and have been for the education of women a few years ago. The book is really important and very informative. I hope that if women hang the sign in their laboratories, they will turn to this book information. Rating: 5.5

Celia Swender May 3, 2010 at 5:29 am

to make women understand the steps and responsibilities of their own body (and daughters), this book needs to read another. Since women bear the brunt of the consequences of taking for most STDs, and other reproductive issues, it is worth as much as possible information Henderson. r and businesses can be commended for bringing this issue to light and public awareness. Rating: 5.5

Anonymous May 3, 2010 at 6:08 am

I just finished my first year of college. I come from a sheltered environment, and this year was the first year that I was surrounded by friends who were engaged in sexual activity. It was time to enlighten me on sexually. There was much information available about the HIV virus and other STDs, but there was not much information on the HPV virus, which taught me a brochure on the bulletin board hanging in front of Health Services on campus. Then I saw this book, he answered all my questions. He also explained what the Pap smear. I never knew what I was lookin gynegologist when he perfomed this test for me until I read this book. Women are at increased risk is very well written. It manages the communication is very complicated scientific ideas down without “dumbing down things.” I recommend that the campus with a copy of this book on hand for other students to keep an eye to read. There are a lot more information than the brochure! Rating: 5.5

Anonymous May 3, 2010 at 9:07 am

I am a social worker. I work in a large hospital. I also think a second job, working with youth. I try to keep abreast of popular books at the health issues – especially sexually transmitted diseases – because many of my clients suffer from these conditions. The HPV virus is common, but most people do not know much. Teenagers especially need to learn to protect themselves. This book is great and I am comfortable recommending it to all my clients, both adults and youth. As a man I am glad that the book not only focus on how the virus affects women but also men effects. This is an important book for all to read, especially by helping people professions – not only doctors and nurses but also social workers, psychologists, counselors and coaches at the school. Rating: 5.5

Anonymous May 3, 2010 at 10:12 am

I read this book cover to cover in 24 hours. It is very well written, easy for those of us who know do not have medical training, and full of great information on HPV and cancer of the cervix. I highly recommend it to those who face the disease and now women of all ages. The book also covers how the disease can affect men and children. Everyone should be aware of this epidemic and what it means for their health. I wish there were more books out there like that. I’ll send my two girls, age of college. Rating: 5.5

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