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The HPV DNA test

... cancer. Next Topic. The Pap (Papanicolaou) test. The HPV DNA test. ... sample.
The HPV DNA test is most often used in 2 situations: ...


What Is Cancer?

... Cells become cancer cells because of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
damage. DNA is in every cell and it directs all its actions. ...


DNA Mechanisms in Cancer | American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society's Peer Review Committee for DNA Mechanisms
in Cancer analyzes basic research on gene regulation, transcription ...


Do we know what causes oral cavity and oropharyngeal ...

... Scientists believe that some risk factors, such as tobacco or heavy alcohol
use, may cause these cancers by damaging the DNA of cells that line the ...


Do we know what causes colorectal cancer?

... Researchers are beginning to understand how certain changes in DNA
can cause normal cells to become cancerous. DNA ...


Do we know what causes acute lymphocytic leukemia?

... During the past few years, scientists have made great progress in understanding
how certain changes in DNA can cause normal bone marrow cells ...


Do we know what causes non-small cell lung cancer?

... cancer. Scientists now know how some of the risk factors for lung cancer
can cause certain changes in the DNA of lung cells. ...


Do we know what causes prostate cancer?

... person's lifetime. Inherited DNA mutations. Researchers ... DNA mutations
acquired during a man's lifetime. Most DNA mutations ...


Do we know what causes basal and squamous cell skin ...

Other factors can also change a peron's DNA and raise their skin cancer risk.
Learn more here. ... UV rays can damage the DNA inside skin cells. ...


What are the risk factors and causes of childhood cancer?

Most childhood cancers are a result of DNA changes very early in life. ... We
usually look like our parents because they are the source of our DNA. ...