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No cure is yet available for cervical cancer, vaccine is being researched to prevent cervical dysplasia, an early progression of HPV oncogenic development. Approximately 34% of women achieve immunity to abnormal cells of the cervix within 9-18 months. Once this immunity is achieved, then they cannot be reinfected, nor transmit this particular strain. However since they carry the virus, they are still susceptible to other strains. No cure is yet available for cervical cancer, vaccine is being researched to prevent cervical dysplasia, an early progression of HPV oncogenic development.

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Cervical Cancer Vaccine

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Cervical Dysplasia, HPV

Testing for cancerous cells of the cervix is done through a Pap smear. It is important to have your annual exam to detect any symptoms of future cancerous tissue or cells. Early detection is key. After the age of 30 a combination Pap smear and HPV test should be performed. No cure is yet available for cervical cancer, vaccine is being researched to prevent cervical dysplasia, an early progression of HPV oncogenic development.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV and Pregnancy, Picture of HPV Infection, Sign of HPV, HPV Vaccines, Human Papillomavirus HPV Infection, Human Papilloma Virus and Pregnancy, Cervical Dysplasia and Fertility, Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Wart

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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