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Mixed Carotenoids Protect Against HPV

By Papillex January 27, 2015

Mixed carotenoids are a group of nutrients such as beta-carotene, lutein and lycopene that are found in abundance in fruits and vegetables. These nutrients are potent anti-oxidants; which help to protect your cells from oxidative damage, and overtime may lead to potentially cancer-causing mutations. A study of 235… Read More

Green Tea for HPV and genital warts?

By Papillex July 2, 2014

Green tea has been shown to influence a variety of mechanisms which are favorable towards preventing and/or treating HPV related lesions. Green tea’s healing ability comes from the plants catechins, a group of powerful anti-oxidants that include epicatechin and epigallocatechin gallate just to name a few. Here’s the most recent… Read More

Why Folic Acid for HPV?

By Papillex June 16, 2014

Even if you eat the healthiest diet, you may still have several nutritional deficiencies, which could have a negative impact on the health of your immune system. This is why in addition to a diet high in richly pigmented fruits and vegetables, it’s important to supplement your diet with clinically-supported… Read More

HPV Strains 101… A Quick Refresher.

By Papillex December 19, 2011

It’s hard to know what to pay attention to with HPV strains, because there are so many.  Did you know that the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) comprises more than 100 different virus strains. The name papillomavirus, was given to this group because certain strains cause warts, or papillomas, which are benign… Read More

Green Tea Extract and Cervical Cancer

By Papillex November 12, 2011

Green Tea Extract is just one of the many great ingredients in Papillex™. Green Tea is high in polyphenols (catechins, anthocyanins, phenolic acids), has an excellent safety profile, and is associated with many health benefits ranging from cardioprotective to anti-carcinogenic properties. A study of 51 patients showed a reduction of… Read More

What is an HPV virus? How is it developed, transmitted and treated?

By Papillex August 13, 2010

HPV virus is a non-enveloped DNA virus. It contains a circular, super-coiled, double-stranded DNA and an icosahedral nucleocapsid. It belongs to the papovaviridae family of viruses. About 100 types of the virus have been identified and these are further divided into low-risk strains and high-risk strains. Each type is believed… Read More

A 3-Minute Read on Certain HPV Complications

By Papillex August 3, 2010

HPV complications have a number of ways they show up in human beings. These include: Common warts Genital warts Plantar warts Facial warts Pre-cancerous lesions of cervix, anus, penis, vulva, or uterus Cervical cancer and penile carcinoma The diseases caused by HPV may lead to certain secondary conditions or disorders. Read More

Alarming Facts about (HPV) Human Papillomavirus

By Papillex July 29, 2010

Human papilloma virus is one of the most common viruses that affects humans. Around 50 % of sexually active adults get HPV at some point in their lifetimes. It is spread by skin and genital contact. Vaginal, anal, and oral sex can lead to the transmission of HPV. Kissing and… Read More

Fighting HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) with Papillex

By Papillex July 16, 2010

Human papilloma virus is one of the most common viruses that infect humans. It is responsible for warty growths on different body parts of the body. These can include plantar warts, genital warts, anal warts and laryngeal warts. These growths are benign hyper-proliferations of the keratinized squamous epithelium. However, they… Read More

Understanding Human Papilloma Virus

By Papillex January 19, 2010

Human papilloma virus is one of the most common viruses. HPV infects the keratinizing squamous or mucosal epithelium of the cervix. It is a non-enveloped DNA virus and is responsible for papillomas in human beings. Papillomas are benign warts but they can progress to form carcinomas in immune-compromised patients. Human… Read More

HPV Complications Including Genital Warts

By Papillex January 19, 2010

HPV causes a number of complications to the body. These include: Common warts Genital warts Plantar warts Facial warts Pre-cancerous lesions of cervix, anus, penis, vulva, or uterus Cervical cancer and penile carcinoma The diseases caused by HPV may lead to certain secondary conditions or disorders. These are termed HPV… Read More

HPV – Human Papilloma Virus Infection 101

By Papillex January 19, 2010

HPV stands for human papillomavirus. It can cause warts and cancer of the cervix and penis. Hundreds of types of HPV have been identified. These have been subdivided into low-risk types and high-risk types. The low-risk types are responsible for the growth of warts while the high-risk types may progress… Read More

HPV Facts and Figures

By Papillex September 29, 2009

  HPV Fact: Human papilloma virus, commonly termed as HPV, infects the skin as well as the mucous membranes. HPV Fact: Almost 100 different types of HPV have been found to exist, out of which 30 are spread due to genital contact (usually sexual intercourse). Approximately 12 are the “low-risk”… Read More

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