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Written by SOT.COM.AL 20 Shtator 2021
The human papillomavirus (HPV) can infect the mouth and throat and cause pharyngeal cancer, according to a new scientific study published in the journal CANCER.
According to the publication, researchers found that oral sex with more than 10 different partners is associated with a 4.3 times higher probability of developing oral and pharyngeal cancer.
Previous studies have suggested that oral sex is a strong risk factor for developing HPV-related oral cancer.
To see how oral sex-related behavior can affect health, Dr. Virginia Drake and colleagues at Johns Hopkins University called 163 people with HPV-related oral and pharyngeal cancer and another 345 people without the disease to complete the study.
In addition to factors such as the timing and intensity of oral sex, it was found that people who had partners older than themselves in age and those who had extramarital partners were more likely to develop HPV-related oral cancer.
"Our study reinforces the findings of previous research by proving that it is not only the number of sexual partners in oral sex, but also other factors that have not been evaluated so far and contribute to the risk of oral exposure to HPV and the subsequent development of cancer. .
As the incidence of HPV oral cancer continues to increase, this study provides a provisional assessment of risk factors for the disease. "In short, we have discovered additional aspects of how and why some people may develop this type of cancer, which can help us identify those who are most at risk."