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HPV and Multiple Myeloma

I was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, (Stage 3), a year and a half ago.  I recently had a PAP, (had not had one since before the Ca ), I was diagnosed with high risk HPV.   I know I got the HPV from the guy I am seeing who is an ex-pro athlete and had many "groupies".  

1.  Do you think the two are related? (Multiple Myeloma and HPV).
2.  How do I have safe sex with him and protect myself from any further Ca?
3.. Is there anything he can do?
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1.I don't  think the 2 r related.....2.If u haven't been using condoms with him u should.....u have the HPV...but what else could he be bringing u if he's not monogomous?3.with high risk HPV nothing he can do...it causes men no problems for thy lack a  cervix for it to go live on!it will clear his body!
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I wasn't clear...sorry.  He was with many women in the past.  He is now monogomous.  I hate the situation!  Unfortunately this is the man I am in love with.  

I have been reading articles that suggest the two may be related, but nothing clearly states it is a reality.
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oh ok gotcha!myeloma is a form of cancer and HPV is a virus....there is a lot of misinformation out there on HPV...who has written the articles that suggest the 2 are related?has your guy ever had std's?provided u with proof of testing?SO important in this day and age....sad that we hafta do this....but ya can't put a price tag on ones health!and we know how pricey health problems can b!
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