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Australia On Course To Wipe Out Cervical Cancer Due To HPV Vaccine

Professor Ian Frazer, the co-inventor of the technology behind the HPV vaccine, said he expected that in time cervical cancer ... like we did with smallpox,” Professor Frazer said. “It’s not going to ... read more

Australia is on track to end cervical cancer within 20 years thanks to new vaccine

AUSTRALIA is on track to ­become the first country in the world to eradicate ... within 20 years through the success of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine and changes to the national cervical scr... read more

Cervical cancer set to be eliminated from Australia in global first

Sophie Weisz was 14 when she first received the HPV vaccine. She'd now be in her late 20s. In the decades afterwards, cervical cancer ... like we did with smallpox,” Professor Frazer said. “It’s not g... read more

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Vaccination and testing for the human papilloma virus could eradicate cervical cancer

Berlin, Germany: Cervical cancer could be eradicated within the next 50 years ... vaccination and no screening. After about 50 years, we could see cervical cancer disappearing." As the current HPV vac... read more

Australia Set to ‘Eliminate’ Cervical Cancer by 2028

“We ... within 20 years, the data showed that the annual incidence of cervical cancer will decrease and remain at fewer than one case per 100,000 women if screening for HPV every five years continues ... read more

Cervical Cancer: burden on Jamaican women

For the month of September, Your Health Your Wealth, in partnership with the Ministry of Health, will be discussing the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, which protects against cancers, including ce... read more

Maine goal: Eradicate cervical cancer

We now have excellent vaccines ... the body and becomes undetectable within two years. However, persistent infection with high-risk types of HPV can cause cell changes, which if left untreated, can le... read more

Why there are plans to part ways with Pap smears

We ... which could further reduce the incidence of cervical pre-cancers and cancer as it targets some of the other cancer-causing subtypes of the virus. But can the vaccine completely eradicate HPV an... read more

Gardasil's chorus of doubters

In addition, because Gardasil protects only against the HPV strains linked most strongly to cervical cancer, "we ... The vaccine has been hailed by physicians' groups as a breakthrough that could pote... read more

Therapeutic vaccine designed to reduce recurrence of cervical cancer under study

Credit: Phil Jones Cervical cancer is often deadly when it recurs and physician scientists want to know if a new therapeutic vaccine can prevent or reduce recurrence in women ... "Wouldn't it be wonde... read more

Delhi first state to launch HPV vaccine as public health programme in schools

The HPV vaccine protects people against the group of 150-odd HPVs, some of which can ... we will eradicate cervical cancer from Delhi first in India…” Children will be given two doses of the vaccine. ... read more

Cervical cancer screening shouldn’t start until 25

Women in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will all soon be advised to start screening for cervical cancer at 25 years ... at screening. HPV infection in young women represents a transient ... read more

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