Cervical dysplasia specimens of HIV-infected women more likely contain non -16 and -18 high risk HPV types: Implications for primary prevention

N. D. McKenzie, E. N. Kobetz, T. Koru-Sengul, P. Ganjei-Azar, I. Rosa-Cunha, J. Potter, A. Morishita, III A. Lucci, T. Guettouche, J. H. Hnatyszyn

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