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Vaccine success for cervical cancer: study reports fall in HPV infections

Since the introduction of the HPV vaccine in England in 2008, Public Health England (PHE; London, UK) have reported an 86% decrease in HPV infections in women aged 16–21. With these promising results, experts predict that the vaccine could eventually lead to the eradication of cervical cancer.
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