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Human papilloma virus in squamous carcinoma of the head and neck: a study of cases in south east Scotland
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    A casual role for Human Papilloma virus-16 for the Head and Neck Cancers word wide-
    • Professor Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya, Professor of pathology, Incharge Histopathology, Incharge Cytogenetics, Blood Bank &VCCTC
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      • RitwikBhattacharyaB.Com(cal); RupakBhattacharya BSc(Cal)MSc(JU) of 7/51 purbapalli, Sodepur; Kol-110, WB, India;Dahlia Mukherjee BA(hons) Swamiji Road, Habra , W.B, India, Miss upasana Bhattacharya-student, Dr. Debasis Bhattacharya MS(cal) FRCS(Eng) IPG

    A casual role for Human Papilloma virus-16 for the Head and Neck Cancers word wide-and role of HPV vaccine altering the carriage rate of oropharyngeal HPV16?

    Dear Editor

    Infection with Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) 16 and 18 mostly is well established for development of cervical cancers in pre and post menopausal women through out the world. Professor H. Zur Housen was awarded the Nobel Prize for medicine an...

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