• Teresa Flannery

Hopes raised of ending cervical cancer

The success of the HPV vaccination offers hope of one day eradicating cervical cancer, say scientists who carried out a major review of evidence.


Vaccination against the human papilloma virus, which causes most cervical cancers, began over a decade ago.


A Lancet review of 65 studies covering 60 million people showed a fall in HPV cases and in pre-cancerous growths.


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