Terry had made a research this morning regarding the vaccination. According to the website that we chance up to open is that the cervical cancer vaccination offers protection from viruses possible to cervix cancer. The vaccination should be given as possible to teenager ages 11 to 12 years old, you should undergo the three shots for six months and that you are not pregnant during the vaccination.
Various strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV), which spreads through sexual contact, are responsible for most cases of cervical cancer. The cervical cancer vaccine specifically blocks two cancer-causing types of HPV — types 16 and 18 — to get at the root cause of the cancer. In essence, the cervical cancer vaccine stops cervical cancer before even the first step can begin.
The cervical cancer vaccine also blocks HPV types six and 11, which are not associated with cervical cancer but are associated with genital warts and mild Pap test abnormalities.
To read more about the vaccination and its effects you may click the link here. Remember life is too short to waste and if you care much of yourself and your family, take the chances to prevent the cancer. It might be a bit expensive but isn’t it more expensive when you would be admitted in the hospital and undergo like chemo or cobalt for the disease?