Dr Oz October 11 2012 Preview
Dr Oz Fans Update! Here are the segments featured in this episode:
- Dr Oz: HPV Causes Cervical Cancer Risk for Women in 30s & 40s
- Dr Oz: HPV Test for Cervical Cancer – Do You Have HPV & Not Know It?
- Dr Oz: Do Dental Dams & Condoms Prevent HPV & What Types of Cancers?
- Dr Oz: Can Men Be Tested for HPV? HPV Causes Genital Warts & Cancer
- Dr Oz: HPV Test & COBAS Test vs Pap Smear- How Often To Get Tested?
- Dr Oz: Gardasil Vs Cervarix HPV Vaccine Side Effects For What Ages?
Have you heard of HPV (Human Papillomavirus)? It’s a virus that affects four in five Americans, and Dr Oz October 11 2012 is shedding new light on this growing phenomenon. You’ve heard the warnings and vaccine recommendations, but most of those are targeted toward younger women. Should you be worried if you are over a certain age?
The answer is yes. HPV is the most common STD in America, and it is present in up to 80% of the population. Most of the time, patients can live their entire lives without ever knowing they have it. But by the time you know something’s wrong, it could be too late.
Dr Oz HPV Test: Who Is At Risk?
Don’t be fooled. This is not just a young woman’s disease. If you are a woman over age 30, listen up. This show has a message especially for you. Your doctor may not be checking you for HPV, but Dr Oz is going to tell you which test you should insist on having performed during your next checkup.
Finding HPV before it turns into cancer could make the difference in saving your life or the life of a woman you love. Don’t let the silent killer go undetected. And if you’re in a monogamous relationship, don’t think it can’t happen to you.
Dr Oz: What is HPV?
Learn more alarming facts about this very common but misunderstood STD when you tune in for Dr Oz October 11 2012. This is an hour to share with the women in your life. Don’t let them miss out on this eye-opening episode.
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