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NCI Prevention Jul 21
Cancer of the oral cavity, pharynx, and larynx is more common in men. Here is what we know about preventing this disease, which has been linked to infection:
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Chris Collins 4h
Healthy triplets all autistic within hrs of vaccines (13min) | via NO
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American Cancer Society Jul 18
Each year in the US, it’s estimated that more than 33,000 men and women receive a diagnosis of caused by . Most of these cancers could be prevented with HPV vaccination.
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Akiva Novetsky, MD Jul 14
We physicians must strive to make every patient of ours feel completely comfortable in confiding in us their symptoms. Medicine must be a judgement free zone! Let’s empower patients with new advances such as self screening which may help patients overcome these fears.
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Stewart Lyman 2h
Oral and genital infections are poorly correlated. People with oral infections may, or may not, have genital infections. People with both may have different HPV strains at the two sites, suggesting that they were acquired at different times from different individuals.
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Azaleadoc 6h
That's right, both men and women can experience this
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Medscape Jul 21
vaccine exceeds expectations, raising hopes that cervical cancer can be eradicated.
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binx health 14h
According to the CDC, the has decreased the number of HPV infections causing cancers and genital warts by 71% among teenage girls and 61% among adult women. Check to make sure that you’ve been vaccinated for HPV!
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Texas Children's 15h
The vaccine helps to prevent cancer. Come to the Mobile Clinic to get your child’s HPV and other shots! Here is our summer calendar info:
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CDC Jul 18
Your preteen’s back-to-school list is out. Are you ready? Backpack? ✅ Pencils? ✅ Notebooks? ✅ Cancer prevention? ... Make sure vaccine is on their list. Check with their doctor to ensure that your child is up to date.
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Lena Nanushyan Jul 18
Today I had my second dose of vaccine
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Greenliving Pharma 19h
HPV will be available for boys aged 12 to 13 from the autumn, in a bid to prevent a number of cancers. But what does stand for and what is it?
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SurvivorNet 19h
After losing her mom to anal cancer, Justine Almada wanted to do something to spread awareness about the disease people are often too ashamed to talk about. Now, one of the ways she does that is by spreading the message about and .
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Medscape Jul 20
The UK is extending their vaccination effort to boys.
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Angela Hillery Jul 20
So pleased this will now be available for boys too
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UPA Jul 19
Dr. Kaggwa talks about the misperception in the public that the vaccine would make girls barren as one of the challenges they face
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WHO/Europe Jul 19
cervical cancer is caused by a virus that can be prevented through vaccination? Vaccinating all girls aged 9–14 against is the first step to preventing the disease before it starts.
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STD Journal Jul 17
There’s no denying it - works! Huge decline in CIN2 (precursor to ) after introduction of HPV immunization program in presented by Robine Donken at
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CDC Cancer Jul 16
The best way to protect against cancers caused by infection is the HPV vaccine – and half of adolescents are not up to date on it. Learn more (via ):
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NCI Prevention Jul 16
Cervical cancer is relatively rare, due mainly to good screening practices in the US. Infection with is the most common risk factor.
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