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Moreover, the incidence of HPV-associated oropharyngeal cancers is dramatically increasing over the past several decades    . It is unclear if HPV found in non-oropharyngeal sites within the head and neck is a causative factor in the development of neoplasia, as opposed Abstract Head and neck cancers are a common spectrum of diseases, accounting for over one-third of a million deaths worldwide each year, and over 11,000 annual US deaths. Most head and neck cancers have traditionallydoi:10.4172/2161-119x.1000126 fatcat:5nxcby5kozhalp6mxpwvreopyi