Janet Elliott

Reporter for the Houston Chronicle

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Reporter for the Houston Chronicle, based in Austin, Texas

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The latest  Journal of the American Medical Association  reports that 3.1 million American women are infected by the sexually transmitted  Human Papilloma Virus , which can cause…

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The latest Journal of the American Medical Association reports that 3.1 million American women are infected by the sexually transmitted Human Papilloma Virus , which can cause…

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