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Human Papillomavirus Infection and Number of Lifetime Sexual Partners Are Strong Predictors for Natural Regression of Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia 2 and 3.

Chan, John K. MD; Monk, Bradley J. MD; Brewer, Cheryl MD; Keefe, Kristin A. MD; Osann, Kathryn PhD; McMeekin, Scott MD; Rose, Scott G. MD; Youssef, Mark MD; Wilczynski, Sharon P. MD, PhD; Meyskens, Frank L. MD; Berman, Michael L. MD

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