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Laura Brennan Sep 18
What a day, thanks to everyone for organizing an amazing event. The HPV vaccine is on the rise 🙌 The message is the same, the HPV vaccine is safe and effective. It can and will save lives. Please protect your children from this horrible illness
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IFPA Sep 18
The passionate and selfless campaigner says she won't be happy until as many girls as possible are protected and boys are included in the vaccine programme too. We're going in the right direction - people are listening to reason.
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Kim #VaccinesWork 7h
One parent today contacted us as she refused the HPV vaccine for her daughter as she had read stuff online. She asked for proper information, we supplied that and now her daughter will be getting the vaccine. A good Friday indeed
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Adam Shanley Sep 18
Great to see uptake among girls rise to 65% & pledge to extend to boys also. Important to highlight vaccine is currently available to gay/bi men <27. HPV is responsible for anal, throat & penile cancers in MSM.
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Catherine Byrne TD Sep 18
So important to continue the increased uptake of the HPV vaccine & get the message out there that this vaccine can prevent women from developing cervical cancer & ultimately save lives.
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IFPA Sep 18
Replying to @SimonHarrisTD
. says the government is committed to extending the programme to boys.
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IFPA Sep 18
Replying to @laura_jbrennan
.'s mission is to arm parents with the information they need to protect their children. "If I could, I would sit down with every parent in the country."
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Department of Health Sep 18
HPV Vaccine Information Campaign launched today by Minister Harris. An increase in the uptake rate reflects the work carried out across the medical community to provide accurate information on the HPV vaccine.
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HSE NIO Sep 18
The provisional uptake for HPV vaccine now stands at 65%, it is very encouraging to see the majority of parents throughout the country are protecting their daughters.
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Áine 🇵🇸 Sep 18
I'm at the HPV launch with work, and I'm genuinely emotional that I to get to work on cancer prevention even in a small way. Exactly where I want to be a year post-treatment 💪
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Marie Keating Fndtn Sep 19
As part of the HPV Alliance, we are delighted with the news that uptake is rising once again. Each year in Ireland around 300 women will develop cervical cancer and 90 of those women will die from the illness. HPV vaccine makes many of these deaths preventable
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Irish Cancer Society Sep 18
Irish Cancer Society welcomes more girls getting the HPV vaccine:
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RCPI Sep 18
We are delighted to be here as Minister Simon Harris addresses the launch of the HPV vaccine campaign.
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@laura_jbrennan
HSE NIO 9h
In Ireland ~300 women get cervical cancer & 90 die from it each yr. Cervical cancer is the 2nd most common cause of death due to cancer in women aged 25-39 years. can prevent many of these cases
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Kim #VaccinesWork 10h
Probably opening myself up to more abuse but sure, has to be done! I will continue my work because i know it helps. That's all i can do
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Irish Matt Sep 18
Replying to @HSELive @SimonHarrisTD
Your best possible chance of doing that would be to fire the HSE staff who withheld the information from the victims
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Sandra Eaton Sep 19
I availed of the catch up programme, no questions asked, your daughter is treated the same as the other girls. Grateful we had the option from
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HSE Ireland Sep 18
“You don’t want to have to look into your child’s eyes and tell them you could have saved them from a HPV related cancer because even if it doesn’t end their life, it will leave them damaged for life”
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IFPA Sep 18
As the new school year begins, thousands of girls will be receiving their first dose of the . At the launch of the latest immunisation round, says we must set a goal to eradicate cervical cancer - and we can do it.
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HSE NIO Sep 18
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