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    Submitted by TheMoreYouKnow on Jan 21, 11 at 11:02am

    I thought Pamela Anderson has Hepatitis C.

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      Submitted by iowawashington on Jan 21, 11 at 11:05am

      Pretty sure you're right. But it wouldn't surprise me if she had both.

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        Submitted by joe_jr_shabadoo on Jan 21, 11 at 6:08pm

        Funny, Anderson claimed to have contracted HPV when her tattoo artist failed to change needles after tattooing - I swear to god - Tommy Lee. Apparently it was irrelevant that Lee had been plowing her like a Buffalo suburb in winter for some time; the HPV came from the tattoo artist.

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          Submitted by seamusfloyd on Jan 21, 11 at 8:30pm

          People, Anderson does NOT have HPV ("human papillomavirus"), which is typically transmitted through sex. She has HPC ("hepatitis C virus"), which primarily transmitted blood-to-blood and is RARELY transmitted through sex. So no, if you have HPV, you are NOT in good company with Pamela Anderson.

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            Submitted by joe_jr_shabadoo on Jan 21, 11 at 11:46pm

            My bad; typo. I meant Hep C, which is communicable through sex, although much more rarely than HPV.

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    Submitted by joe_jr_shabadoo on Jan 21, 11 at 10:38am

    25-40% of the sexually-active population has HPV, so chances are we're all in good, highly-contagious company at some point.

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    Submitted by monicamischief on Jan 21, 11 at 11:35am

    1 out of 2 sexually active people will get HPV. Most forms are absolutely harmless, don't cause any warts (this is very rare), and go away on their own. A lot of people get HPV and never even know it because they are male or it disappears before their next gyno appointment. Talk to your dr. and don't get worked up, I'm sure you will be fine.

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    Submitted by MizzAlmighty on Jan 21, 11 at 3:02pm

    HPV has cause ovarian cancer for two of my friends. It's harmless is men, not women, which is why it is spreading so fast. There's a vaccination for the serious strands...I highly recommend getting it.

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      Submitted by monicamischief on Jan 21, 11 at 4:14pm

      The vaccination is almost useless. It only protects against the four worst strands. There are hundreds of strands of HPV. I know three girls who got the shots and still got HPV. Two of them don't have it anymore. \n\nAlso, stop fear-mongering. HPV is very likely to go away. It's usually not something a girl has forever. If it does stick around, yes, she has a bit of a higher chance for cancer, but it's not much higher, as girls have a very high chance of cancer anyway.

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        Submitted by monicamischief on Jan 21, 11 at 4:15pm

        I just realized you said 'for serious strands'. I apparently can't read today, I'm sorry.

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      Submitted by Vilexxica on Jan 21, 11 at 7:44pm

      HPV can cause cervical cancer, not ovarian cancer. Also, HPV has the capability to cause penile & anal cancers as well, although this is much less common.

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    Submitted by Brian856 on Jan 22, 11 at 4:03am

    fact: Guys can get rid of HPV by giving it to a girl!

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      Submitted by joe_jr_shabadoo on Jan 22, 11 at 11:32am

      Or by fucking a virgin! The same with HIV. Tell all your friends.