HPV critical Analysis
...analysis. HPV detection, as well as typing, was then performed, and the results analyzed. Out of the 2387 females, 466 were considered “nonresponders”, due to the fact that they either submitted “an inadequate swab specimen”, or did not submit a specimen at all. The various types of HPV virus were also analyzed, and it was found that, unlike other studies, that HPV-16 was found to be low, in contrast to other studies that found it to be quite high. Dr. Dunne speculated that the reason for this was the self-collecting swabs that were “possibly more likely to detect... In the Journal of the American Medical Association, or JAMA, seven colleagues led by Eileen F. Dunne, M.D., M.P.H., came together to...