Review Article
Volume 4 Issue 10 - 2020
Human Papillomaviruses Capable of Causing Cancer in Human
Mohammad Shahid Masroor1, Mohammad Salim2*, Shagufta Parween3 and Hidayat-Ulla Khan4
1People’s College of Dental Sciences and Research Center, People’s University, Bhopal, MP, India
2Sanjay Gandhi Smriti Government Autonomous P.G. College, Sidhi, APS University, Rewa, MP, India
3All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Bhopal, MP, India
4Government Model Science College, Rewa, APS University, Rewa, MP, India
*Corresponding Author: Mohammad Salim, Sanjay Gandhi Smriti Government Autonomous P.G. College, Sidhi, APS University, Rewa, MP, India.
Received: August 27, 2020; Published: August 19, 2020




Abstract

The extremely common worldwide human papillomaviruses have been known to the society since the time of Hippocrates in 300 BC mostly causing genital infections in human. This is observed that human papillomaviruses are extremely contagious viruses affecting only humans. Once infected, a person cannot get rid of them. Most of the individuals are infected even only after the onset of courtship without being engaged in sexual intercourse. These infections are usually asymptomatic resolving spontaneously in due course of time, but if persisted for long, it with pink in colour develops genital warts or precancerous lesions in future. The HPVs developing genital warts are different from that of causing cancers. Only a small number of strains can cause genital warts. The authors opined that the hidden asymptomatic carriers are the most typical risk group of individuals in transmission of these viruses. The aim of this paper is not only to make the people aware of the fact that human papillomaviruses are unknowingly being transmitted in the society via skin to skin contact during oral, genital or anal sex but these viruses if persisted for a longer period of time in the human body may develop cancer in future. The Present paper deals with the study of human papillomaviruses causing cancer in human in the light of recent researches done so far in the field of viral origin of cancer.

Keywords: Human Papillomaviruses; Genital Warts; Cancer

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