HPV and cancer: There is no need to panic!
University of Athens, Greece
This website was created by Gynecologist Alexander Mortakis, his main aim being to provide information on a health matter that has been the subject of concern for doctors and patients for the past thirty years across the world: infection by Human Papilloma Viruses, internationally abbreviated as HPV, and the chance of cancer developing from certain genotypes of HPV.
The sole purpose of this website is to provide information. It can not be a substitute for your physician under any circumstances. Each woman’s case is special and it must be addressed by a specialized physician.
I would like to express my gratitude to my patients. This information endeavour would not have been possible, if I had not spent endless hours of discussion with my patients, the women who honoured me with their trust, who supported me and taught me.
HPVs: What they are and what they cause
- HPV and cancer
- Am I the only one with HPV?
How do you explain that many people are infected by HPV viruses but only a few have serious problems from them?Does the chance of infection by genital types of HPV increase depending on the number of sexual partners?
- How did I get HPV?
- When did I contract HPV and who gave it to me?
- What are the tests necessary for checking an HPV infection?
Pap testHPV DNA testColposcopy
- Will I always have HPV?
- How can I protect myself from HPV?
Men and HPV
Genital Warts: Photos How do I recognize them
Genital warts – Diagnosis and Treatment Video with english subtitles
I was infected with HPV Does this mean I will get sick?
I have developed plantar warts Do I have or could I get a genital type of HPV?
HPV and genital warts in women What are they, how do I recognize them, and do they mean cancer?
I have been infected with HPV! What should I tell my partner?