Anal Dysplasia and Cancer: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment & Complications

There may be various HPV strains which develop cancer of the anus as well as dysplasia. Even though there is a higher risk of developing dysplasia for men who have sexual contact with other men, women are also at risk. This is especially true if the woman has had anal sex with men or if they are HIV positive.

Mark Riegel, MD

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