EPIDEMIOLOGY

The human papillomavirus represents one of the most common sexually transmitted infections.

Infection of the virus tends to cure in 90% of cases.

Sexually active young people aged 18 to 25 are considered to be HPV positive. In most cases it is an infection that has no symptoms.

In the developing countries 
cervical cancer is the most common cancer.

In Spain cervical cancer is the second most frequent gynecological cancer.