well luckily, the types of HPV she appears to have are not the ones most responsible for genital warts or cervical cancer. So, I would recommend her getting the gardasil shot and make sure she continues to use condoms and practice safe sex.
Those cells are not necessarily precancerous. They may just be abnormal due to hpv. Abnormal does not equal precancerous. The results said abnormal due to undetermined significance. She will probably have to have a colposcopy after she sees the gyno to determine how abnormal the cells are and how to next proceed. depending on the abnormality of the cells she will either be put on a wait and watch schedule and have repeat paps every 4-6 months, or she may have to have the cells removed. And yes, while the strains she has are high risk for cervical cancer, none of the strains she has are the 2 that are responsible for 70% of cervical cancer cases.