Some strains of human papillomavirus can cause cancer.
Leading oncologists from Liverpool concerned by a sharp increase of cancer associated with oral sex. It is reported that more and more young people worldwide are infected with cancer cells through oral sex.
Scientists from the cancer research centre in Liverpool (LCIRN) reported that more and more young people suffering from cancer, which is called oral sex. It is reported that the infection spread through oral sex, provokes a rise in mouth cancer among young people.
Oncologist sue Felling said that some strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) can cause cancer. For example, the American actor Michael Douglas admitted that I appeared cancer through HPV caught through oral sex.