CitationMcKaig, Rosemary G.; Baric, Ralph S.; & Olshan, Andrew F. (1998). Human Papillomavirus and Head and Neck Cancer: Epidemiology and Molecular Biology. Head & Neck Surgery, 20(3), 250-65.
AbstractBackground: Human papillomaviruses (HPV) are known to cause cancers of the cervix and other anogenital tract sites. Molecular biology has provided some evidence as to the specific mechanisms involved in the HPV-related carcinogenesis. Epidemiologic and molecular biology studies have also suggested that HPV infection may be associated with cancers of the head and neck.
Reference TypeJournal Article
Journal TitleHead & Neck Surgery
Author(s)McKaig, Rosemary G.
Baric, Ralph S.
Olshan, Andrew F.