Sunday, November 8, 2009

Preventive vaccination of Cervical cancer

Preventive vaccination against infectious HPV virus

Since 2006, there is a vaccination against the highly infectious HPV virus types. Vaccination against HPV virus spreading from the Permanent Vaccination Commission for girls aged 12 to 17 years and is recommended since February 2007 as the official vaccination calendar.

Vaccination should be completed with 3 doses before the first sexual intercourse. How long will the vaccination leads to immunity is not yet known. Importantly, however, in this context that, despite the vaccination continue regular cancer screening should be performed. Only thus can be other causes and forms of developing cancer early detection and treatment. The vaccine also offers no protection against other types of the HPV virus and the diseases caused by them.

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