Cancers associated with HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection with the human papilloma virus, the Mirror reported.
The researchers say the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting also found that men were twice as likely to develop the disease.
For men, the risk of HPV-related cancers is driven by the increase in the head and neck with the number of oral sex partners, according to the researchers.
Having More Sex can Decrease The Oral Cancer Risk in Women : Gypsy Amber D’Souza said from Johns Hopkins University white middle-aged men are at particularly high risk compared to other breeds.
She said research shows that for men, the number of oral sex partners – such as the number increases, the risk of infection increases the oral HPV in the head, but with women, the number of sexual partners do not seem to increase the risk ,
She added that men and women to compare with the same number of sexual partners, to be a man rather infected with oral HPV in women.