Girls will be immunized with the HPV vaccine, with Dr. Asiri indicating that the HPV vaccine will help to eliminate the cervical cancer danger in women.
Cervical cancer rates cut by almost 90% in women who had HPV vaccine, new study shows – this shows how good a properly developed and carefully tested vaccine with a good safety profile can be. All vaccines should be this safe and effective.
Drops in annual well visits and immunizations during COVID-19 caused a significant vaccination gap among U.S. children and adolescents — especially for the HPV vaccine. Dr. Douglas Fleck explains why the vaccine is critical and how it prevents cancer.
What people are saying?
Kat Excellent news. People who were born too early to have been vaccinated in 2008, and who do not have HPV, can also get the vaccine privately up to the age of 45. This applies to men as well as women.
Guy Rees The HPV vaccine is clearly effective. Reduction in viral infections and ore cancerous lesions have been seen in UK and Australia. It’s a bit early to say that the dip in cancer rates relates to vaccination yet, and screening continues to be vitally important.