HPV vaccine, safe and essential
A vaccine against the papilloma liver virus ("HPV") is "safe and essential for the removal of cancer," health officials said on Monday in World Cancer Day rumors "allegedly harmful to vaccines." Unexpected rumors do not affect the spread of vaccines to prevent cancerous cancer ", Says Elisabete Weiderpass, Elisabete Weiderpass, Director of the International Cancer Research Agency (IARC), is a member of the World Health Organization (WHO).
570,000 new cases of breast cancer were diagnosed in 2018, according to IARC. 310,000 women are killed every year, due to this condition, especially in low-income middle-income countries. "This is the fourth most common cancer of women," said IARC. The agency estimates that if preventive measures are not improved, this condition can lead to 460,000 deaths per year in 2040. First of all, preventive measures are HPV vaccines, a very common group of viruses through sexual intercourse. Two of them, types 16 and 18, 70% of cancer cases and precancerous cervical lesbians, according to the WHO, recommends girls between 9 and 14 years old. In the context of increasing mistrust of immunization injections, HPV vaccines are regularly subject to controversy. Critical voices say there are autoimmune diseases, such as plaques as sclerosis, which has no current examination, said AFP.
The global strategy to fight cervical cancer
"To mark the 2019 World Day against Cancer, IARC has confirmed its commitment to the disease and undoubtedly confirms that HPV vaccine is effective and safe," emphasized Elisabete Weiderpass. Hundreds of all over the world recommend the boys, in addition to girls, to vaccinate the virus circulation. As regards cancer, cancer can also be affected by analytical cancer and cancer, thanks to the genital contact of the breast.
In addition to vaccines, WHO defends a global strategy to combat cervical cancer. It offers the diagnosis and treatment of auric lesions and the treatment and diagnosis of invasive cancers. This kind of cancer can be cured if it was diagnosed in the first phase, "the WHO stressed.