Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) causes warts in the genitalia and throat and is notorious for causing cancer of various organs in the body. This virus has many types and thus it causes different diseases depending on its type. The types of viruses causing warts are different from the types that cause cancer, so having warts on any organ doesn't mean that you will develop cancer.
Genital warts and respiratory lesions are the commonest complications of some type of HPV while others cause cervical cancer in women and cancer of the genitals, throat, head, and neck in both men and women. In the United States, CDC declares that 529,000 new cases were reported in 2017 means 1 out of 100 men and women are suffering from HPV infection. Take the following quiz to find out if you could be suffering from a possible human papillomavirus infection.