Asked in Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
If you have hpv high risk DNA will a total abdominal hysterectomy bilateral salpingo oophorectomy prevent you from getting cervical cancer?
You can't get cervical cancer after your cervix is removed, but you can have residual cancer or HPV infection in the vagina. But it is not necessary or desirable to have a hysterectomy due to high-risk HPV. Simple monitorning is sufficient for most people. If treatment is needed for high-risk HPV, it's because the Pap smear or biopsy was abnormal. It takes many years for HPV infection to cause cervical cancer, and most people will control the virus without ever getting cancer. ...
Asked in USSR in WW2, US Presidents, First Ladies
Have any US Presidents ever died of cancer If so how many and who were they?
Only one president has died from cancer and that is Hiram Ulysses Simpson Grant. He had cancer in the throat. Other presidents have had cancer but have not died. ...