HPV Survey Shows a Confused Public; CBCD Helps End
Confusion on HPV Issues
The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD) presents the results of its
monthly "HPV IQ survey," which measures the public's current knowledge of HPV
The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD) concluded its
monthly "HPV IQ survey" which measures the public's current knowledge of HPV.
The objective of the survey is to discover the most serious gaps in the public's
understanding of the health issues associated with HPV infection.
The survey analyzes online forums where members of the public ask
one another questions concerning HPV. Both the questions and the answers
indicated severe confusion regarding the subject. The CBCD decided to launch a
new service for the community where the CBCD will address the most pressing
issues in this, and future press releases.
Mike Evans, from the CBCD said "Some were suggesting to get rid of
genital warts by "scraping them off." Others couldn't tell if they were looking
at genital warts or genital herpes. It was amazing, really, the degree to which
many were ignorant of the facts."
The survey also ranked the gaps in knowledge by significance and
The following question was ranked high on this scale. "If you have
a vaginal birth while experiencing a case of genital warts, will you transmit
HPV, the virus that causes genital warts, to your baby?"
Many women answered yes.
The actual answer, however, is that it is not likely. According to
Webmd.com, "If a pregnant woman has genital warts, the doctor will monitor to
see if the warts get larger. Hormone changes during pregnancy can cause the
warts to multiply or get larger. Sometimes the warts will bleed.
Depending on the extent of the warts, the doctor may postpone
treatment until after childbirth. But if the warts get so big that they might
cause an obstruction in the vagina, they may need to be removed before
Genital warts can be removed surgically, with chemical treatment,
or with painless electric current.
The risk of HPV transmission to the baby during childbirth is very
low. Even if babies do get the HPV virus, their bodies usually clear the virus
on their own."
However, the CBCD would like to remind the public that there are no
FDA approved treatments that kill the virus once a person is already infected.
A healthy immune system is the person's best defense against the
HPV virus. The good news is that the CDC says, "In 90% of cases, the body's
immune system clears HPV naturally within two years."
On the other hand, removing the warts does not clear the virus. The
virus can stay in the body and become dormant, or what scientists call latent. A
latent virus is not a disease. However, latent viruses can cause disease.
Therefore, infected individuals that harbor a latent HPV virus should try to
According to the CBCD, one HPV remedy exists that can boost the
immune system against the dormant (latent) HPV virus.
"The key to your health is to reduce the level of the latent
viruses in your body to harmless levels." - Dr. Hanan Polansky
The name of that antiviral remedy is Gene-Eden-VIR. This all
natural product was scientifically designed to help the human body maintain low
concentrations of the dormant or latent Human Papillomavirus.
By helping the body's immune system target the latent HPV virus,
people also lower their risk of developing genital warts or serious diseases.
This is just one reason the CBCD believes Gene-Eden-VIR is an important product.
Gene-Eden-VIR is highly effective against latent viruses; each
ingredient was chosen through a scientific approach. Scientists scanned
thousands of scientific and medical papers published in various medical and
scientific journals around the world to identify the safest, most effective
natural ingredients that target the latent HPV Virus.
Gene-Eden-VIR is safe. It has been on the market for over three
years, and in that time, no side effects were reported. Each capsule contains a
patented formula of five all natural ingredients including selenium, camellia
sinesis extract, quercetin, cinnamomum extract, and licorice extract. In
addition, each bottle is GMP Certified.
Gene-Eden-VIR is sold online through the Gene-Eden website. Each
bottle of Gene-Eden-VIR (a one month's supply) costs just $37.99.
To learn more about Gene-Eden-VIR, the only product on the market
today that helps the body target the latent Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and that
is scientifically backed by published material, visit