HPV cervical cancer vaccination programmeEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 01604 678052
It is estimated that the routine HPV vaccination for girls aged 12-13 could save the lives of up to 400 women each year.
Most HPV infections are harmless or cause genital warts, however some types cause cancer. Most HPV infections clear up by themselves, but in some people the infection can last a long time. HPV infects the cells of the surface of the cervix where it can stay for many years without you knowing. The HPV virus can damage these cells leading to changes in their appearance. Over time, these changes can develop into cervical cancer.
HPV vaccinations offer additional protection and do not replace cervical smear tests in later life. It is important that all women between 25 and 65 attend their cervical smear tests.
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