HPV vaccine is very effective in reducing the transmission of human papillomaviruses, but does not prevent against cervical cancer yet.
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HPV vaccines are great technique for reducing the transmission of Human papillomavirus or types that are out there. At this point in time notice that the preventing cervical; cancer yet is going to take a long time to see each true benefits in that regard. They are not quite as effective as people are led to believe so you need to be careful in the real studies have been out there and they don’t reduce the infection rate from HPV to 0%. They reduce it by about 19% or 20 % which is note merely as high of the reduction as you may have heard or have been told. HPV is very infectious almost all adults have HPV right now and it’s a question realistically of you know do you detect or do you not until you have a need to worry about it. I’m very concerned that HPV vaccines are not merely as effective as you they are supposed to be and that we’re going to see a lot of women who get the vaccine in her early 20’s and that sit there and are not getting more Pap smears are quite comfortable and they will need to do that again and that’s highly predicted and we want to see more cervical cancer ten to 20 years now and what we do now based upon a false reliance upon a vaccine that’s utterly affected but certainly not preventive or not. The reduction of risk dying of cervical cancer in the United States today is purely based upon Pap smears and I had fully predicted they were looking at a vaccine that’s going to inherently encourage women not to get Pap smears and probably I think in an ultimate long run and we’re going to see more cervical cancer than less.
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