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SARASOTA, Florida, September 5, 2017 / PRNewswire / – Many medical websites provide information on the human papillomavirus (HPV). However, more often than not these websites overlook issues of great importance to those who are concerned about the virus. To fill the void, Lilac Corp has added new content to its website in the form of questions and answers (Q&A). New content follows the theme “You ask, a biologist answers!” (TM) ”To identify the questions people are asking, Lilac Corp analyzed the information found in forums and forums. Lilac Corp has also analyzed the messages and emails received from its customers. To answer questions, biologists at Lilac Corp analyzed relevant scientific studies listed on PUBMED, the U.S. National Library of Medicine’s database that includes over 27 million scientific references in biology and related fields. . Questions and answers are available on: HPV Questions and Answers, and Questions and Answers About HPV Treatments. The first link includes questions about specific aspects of HPV infection and the diseases it causes. The second link includes questions about the HPV treatments people are asking.

Some of the questions on these web pages are as follows:

  1. Does HPV go away on its own?
  2. I want to eliminate the HPV in my body. What should I do?
  3. How long can I have sex after a genital wart breakout?
  4. Does HPV cause warts in the mouth?
  5. I know there is now a vaccine to prevent HPV. What about people who already have HPV?
  6. Can I get HPV from sharing a bath with someone who is infected?
  7. How common is the HPV virus?
  8. Can I get HPV from sharing a vibrator?
  9. I have heard that cryotherapy is used to treat HPV. How it works? Are there any side effects?
  10. My friend had the LEEP procedure but said it was very painful. How does LEEP help with HPV?
  11. What are the side effects of the LEEP procedure?
  12. How to get rid of anal warts? Is it safe to let them go alone?
  13. I have been vaccinated against HPV in the past. Do I still have to have a regular Pap test?
  14. I was diagnosed with HPV, but the virus has not broken out for a few months now. Am I still at risk for illnesses caused by HPV?
  15. I already know I can have a Pap test to find precancerous changes in my cervix. Is there a way to tell if I have HPV before it causes these changes?
  16. I read an article claiming that HPV can cause psoriasis. Is it true?

Lilac Corp invites the public to send in more questions. These questions will be answered by a Lilac Corp biologist in private communications with the sender. Some of these questions and answers will be posted anonymously on the website.

Lilac Corp believes the new “You ask, a biologist answers!” The content provides unique and very valuable information to those affected by the human papillomavirus (HPV).

Media contact:

Marc Richards

Lilac Corp

[email protected]


SOURCE Lilas Corp

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