Incidence of human papillomavirus HPV -related oropharyngeal cancer is increasing. There is interest in identifying healthy individuals most at risk for development of oropharyngeal cancer to inform screening strategies. Primary study outcomes are i prevalence of oncogenic HPV DNA in an oral rinse and gargle sample, and ii incident oropharyngeal squamous cell cancer. Oncogenic oral HPV prevalence was higher in men than women, and increased with number of lifetime oral sexual partners and tobacco use.
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