She suffered a cut during a manicure. Months later she was diagnosed with HPV cancer in the nail


Soleymani recommends doing it. “In many emerging studies in recent years it has been shown that the vaccine not only reduces the incidence of common things, like warts and obviously cervical cancer, which it was designed to do, but also reduces the risk and the incidence of HPV-related skin cancer lesions,” he tells Today.

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