1. HPV vaccine success could eliminate cervical cancer  Metro.co.uk
  2. Doctors Now Want More People to Get the HPV Vaccine  Lifehacker
  3. HPV vaccine: Who should get it? Experts discuss benefits  TODAY
  4. HPV vaccine has major impact on reducing infections, cancer, study finds  CBC.ca
  5. Cervical cancer scandal victim Lorraine Walsh welcomes news disease may be wiped out by HPV vaccinations  Irish Mirror
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The treatment was linked to a huge reduction in the two types of HPV - 16 and 18 - which cause 70 per cent of cervical cancers.The treatment was linked to a huge reduction in the two types of HPV - 16 and 18 - which cause 70 per cent of cervical cancers, research found.

HPV vaccine success could eliminate cervical cancer | Metro News

Vaccination against the virus that causes almost all cervical cancer is having a major impact on stopping infections and should significantly reduce cases of the disease within a decade, researchers said on Wednesday. Vaccination against the virus that causes almost all cervical cancer is having a major impact on stopping infections and should significantly reduce cases of the disease within a decade, researchers said on Wednesday. 

The HPV vaccine is already reducing rates of cervical cancer, according to new research.The HPV vaccine is already reducing rates of cervical cancer, according to new research.

HPV vaccine could soon achieve ‘substantial reductions’ in cervical cancer cases: study - National | Globalnews.ca

Yes, this means that all women who have been involved in sexual activities are at risk for developing cervical cancer. Since sexual activities could potentially expose you to HPV, the risk is greater for those who began being sexually active at a young age.Yes, this means that all women who have been involved in sexual activities are at risk for developing cervical cancer. Since sexual activities could potentially expose you to HPV, the risk is greater for those who began being sexually active at a young age.

Caring For Your Cervix - Khmer Times

“The #CDC has expanded recommendations for the #HPV #vaccine again. Why? Because the vaccine's benefits in preventing infections, genital warts and pre-cancerous cervical lesions keep getting better, as a new study shows. https://t.co/mhxNQEZijW”

Tara Haelle on Twitter: "The #CDC has expanded recommendations for the #HPV #vaccine again. Why? Because the vaccine's benefits in preventing infections, genital warts and pre-cancerous cervical lesions keep getting better, as a new study shows. https://t.co/mhxNQEZijW"

“HPV vaccines are so effective that cervical cancer could ultimately be eliminated, a new study finds. https://t.co/GGc3dPBn1e”

Scott Gottlieb, MD on Twitter: "HPV vaccines are so effective that cervical cancer could ultimately be eliminated, a new study finds. https://t.co/GGc3dPBn1e"

“"HPV vaccine should lead to significant decrease in cervical cancer in 10 years, study finds" https://t.co/xvlXkWdCxK "HPV infections were reduced by 66 to 83 per cent after five to eight years of vaccination."”

Timothy Caulfield on Twitter: ""HPV vaccine should lead to significant decrease in cervical cancer in 10 years, study finds" https://t.co/xvlXkWdCxK "HPV infections were reduced by 66 to 83 per cent after five to eight years of vaccination.""

“Experts expand HPV vaccine recs as study finds high impact https://t.co/YOWrdIJwuU”

Liz Szabo on Twitter: "Experts expand HPV vaccine recs as study finds high impact https://t.co/YOWrdIJwuU"

Rates of HPV infections in Australian women have dropped by 92 per cent in the past eight years.Rates of HPV infections in Australian women have dropped by 92 per cent in the past eight years.

Cancer-causing HPV infections tumble thanks to mass vaccination of girls | The Star

Researchers said on Wednesday a vaccination against HPV is having a major impact on stopping infections and should significantly reduce cases of the disease within a decade. Researchers said on Wednesday a vaccination against HPV is having a major impact on stopping infections and should significantly reduce cases of the disease within a decade.

New hope to end cervical cancer as HPV vaccine have major impact | Euronews

HPV Vaccines Protect You From Infections, Warts & Probably Cancer – The Inherent News

HPV Vaccines Protect You From Infections, Warts & Probably Cancer – The Inherent News

Long term use of the HPV vaccination, given to teenage girls in the UK, could mean cervical cancer is one day wiped out scientists have said. This is mega.

Cervical Cancer Vaccine - HPV Jab Could Wipe Out Cervical Cancer

Following is a summary of current health news briefs.Following is a summary of current health news briefs.

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A study published in The Lancet reports “evidence of the substantial impact” of the HPV vaccine on reducing the incidence of HPV infectionsA study published in The Lancet reports “evidence of the substantial impact” of the HPV vaccine on reducing the incidence of HPV infections

HPV Vaccine Is Having a “Substantial Impact,” May Decrease Rate of Cervical Cancer - Docwire News

A new study on the vaccine for human papillomavirus shows its benefits “exceed expectations” and may lead to the elimination of cervical cancer, among other findings.A new study on the vaccine for human papillomavirus shows its benefits “exceed expectations” and may lead to the elimination of cervical cancer, among other findings.

HPV vaccine may lead to elimination of cervical cancer, new study shows | Boston 25 News

Cervical cancer ‘could be eliminated in many countries’ | University of Strathclyde

In a study published Wednesday in 'The Lancet', scientists reviewed 65 studies that included more than 60 million people living in 14 countries, each of which has set up HPV vaccine programs in the last decade. The studies show that the HPV vaccine has been very successful, and could lead to the eradication of cervi...There are hopeful signs that the cancer-causing virus will one day be eliminated.

HPV: Study Explains Why the Vaccine Has "Actually Exceeded Expectations" | Inverse

Experts at a congressional briefing today addressed the need for the U.S. to actively pursue the goal of eradicating HPV and its associated cancers. "Every 2 minutes, a woman dies of cervical cancer,” keynote speaker Anna R. Giuliano, PhD, founding director of the Center for Immunization and Infection Research in Cancer at Moffitt Cancer Center, said during the briefing. “This is a Experts at a congressional briefing today addressed the need for the U.S. to actively pursue the goal of eradicating HPV and its associated cancers. "Every 2 minutes, a woman dies of cervical cancer,” keynote speaker Anna R. Giuliano, PhD, founding director of the Center for Immunization and Infection Research in Cancer at Moffitt Cancer Center, said during the briefing. “This is a

Experts at congressional briefing on HPV: It's 'time to end cervical cancer'

AACI and other organizations hosted a congressional briefing today titled “Let’s End HPV-related Cancers” in Washington, DC. In conjunction with the event, AACI issued a call to action urging support for eliminating cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV).AACI and other organizations hosted a congressional briefing today titled “Let’s End HPV-related Cancers” in Washington, DC. In conjunction with the event, AACI issued a call to action urging support for eliminating cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV).

AACI Endorses Call for Elimination of HPV-Related Cancers | Newswise: News for Journalists

Headline Make vaccinations mandatory: Let’s face down flawed thinkingOne of the unquestionable successes of humanity is the pursuit and application of knowledge.

Make vaccinations mandatory: Let’s face down flawed thinking