This virus typically causes genital warts but in extreme cases, it can cause cancer in the penis, anus, vagina, vulva, and cervix.
However, in some people, the infection can become clinical and will display signs and symptoms.
This means that the infection is not life-threatening in most cases.
The immune system then has developed enough antibodies to either fully eradicate the virus or suppress it enough to no longer be contagious.
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