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Vaccination for HPV related cancers has reached levels to establish herd immunity in Western countries

(A) True (B) Unclear (C) False

Nicotine is a human _____________ . In tobacco plants it acts as an _____________ .

(A) poison, enzyme (C) neurotransmitter, insecticide (B) stimulant, energy source (D) poison, insecticide

The majority of sexual active people have been exposed to oncogenic HPV subtypes.

(A) True (B) Unclear (C) False

Vaping rates in middle school students have decreased since the FDA has restricted the sales of e cigarettes to minors.

(A) True (B) Unclear (C) False

Pap smears are used to detect male HPV infection.

(A) True (B) Unclear (C) False

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