A way to prevent most cervical cancers

The vaccine must be taken before sexual debut. But it has already been recommended at 9-10 years, because at that age the immune response is incredible

 That a broader consensus is developing among policymakers for early immunization. .

The month of January is dedicated to raising awareness about cervical cancer and vaccination 

 The World Health Organization (WHO) has focused on ending cervical cancer within a few generations

Cervical cancer, the second most common cancer in India, is related to HPV which is transmitted through sexual contact. 

Infections can spontaneously regress, but staying power can be a cause for difficulty.

Not all cells turn out to be cancerous. Some will also object. We have to deal with them right 

The same old way of diagnosing a precancerous lesion is through the Pap smear. 

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