The natural history of high risk human papillomarvirus (hrHPV) persistence, and the progression to Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia suggest that dietary patterns can modulate immune response, epigenetic signatures, and, subsequently, the risk of cervical cancer (CC). The aim of this study is to evaluate the association between dietary patterns, nutrient intakes and the risk of hrHPV infection in healthy women referring to the Screening Service for CC.

Association between dietary patterns and hrHPV infection: a cross-sectional study in Sicily, Italy

M. Barchitta;A. Maugeri;MC La Rosa;C. La Mastra;A. Agodi
2017

Abstract

The natural history of high risk human papillomarvirus (hrHPV) persistence, and the progression to Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia suggest that dietary patterns can modulate immune response, epigenetic signatures, and, subsequently, the risk of cervical cancer (CC). The aim of this study is to evaluate the association between dietary patterns, nutrient intakes and the risk of hrHPV infection in healthy women referring to the Screening Service for CC.
diet italy sicily infection
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