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Protect yourself and Your loved ones.
you can prevent the risk of cancer by vaccination against Human
Papilloma virus (HPV).
has now been established that almost all cancers
of the cervix are caused by a virus called the Human
Papilloma virus (HPV). There are only a handful of strains of these
viruses that can cause cancer. There are only two licensed new HPV
vaccines. Gardasil (Sanofi Pasteur MSD) prevents infection from
4 strains that cause over 70% of cervical cancers and 90% of genital
warts. Cervarix (GSK) is especially constituted with a carrier molecule
for longer lasting immunity.
HPV Vaccine protects against type 16 & 18
HPV vaccine provides 100% protection against 4 type 6, 11, 16 and
Cervarix vaccine has been selected to be used in the prevention
of cervical cancer in women in the UK.
programme of vaccination, starting with young girls aged 13 started
in September 08 with a massive nationwide campaign. The latest announcement
has set to include girls aged 17-18 in the programme, which is very
good news. It is not clear when or whether other age groups will
be offered vaccination. It is therefore up to individuals and their
families to decide on this important.
HPV Vaccine protects against type
16 & 18 which are responsible for around 75% of cervical cancers.
There is mounting evidence that Cervarix offers higher and longer
sustained protection; a fact that may have played a role in the
UK Government’s decision to award the contract to GSK, manufacturers
of Cervarix. Gardasil HPV vaccine provides protection against 4
types: 6 & 11 (causing genital warts) , 16 and 18 which cause cervical
individual should have three (3) vaccine injections at month 0,
month 2 and 6 month. Each injection is £150.00, making a total
of £450 for the full course.
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