Papilloma viruses capable of spreading via blood
A new study reveals that rabbit and mice papilloma viruses are capable of spreading via contaminated blood from one to another. The study from Pennsylvania State researchers titled, "Papillomavirus can be transmitted through the blood and produce infections in blood recipients: Evidence from two animal models" was published in the recent issue of the journal Emerging Microbes & Infections. The researchers warned that this study could be a basis for the hypothesis that HPV could also be transmitted between humans via blood.
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