Cervical dysplasia is caused by a sexually transmitted infection with a common virus, the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Cervical dysplasia can lead to cervical cancer; the third leading cause of cancer death in women. In the U.S., cervical cancer remains the sixth most commonly diagnosed cancer.
The Johns Hopkins Cervical Dysplasia Center focuses on the management and prevention of cervical HPV disease.
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- What is Cervical Dysplasia?
- What is HPV?
- Diagnosis and Screening
- Abnormal Pap Test Results
- Sexual Function and Fertility
- Our Team
The Tenfold Forty, an organization of 40 professional women, presented a check for $9,000 to Connie Trimble, M.D., for her clinical research in the treatment of HPV-related cervical cancer.