There are over 46,000 HPV related cancers in the USA every year. The HPV vaccine can prevent most of those cases.
A new peer-reviewed study has shown that the HPV vaccine has benefits for not only younger adults but also for middle-aged individuals.
Despite our best efforts, a lot of people believe the HPV vaccine is just for cervical cancer in women. In fact, the HPV vaccine prevents many other cancers that are as dangerous or maybe even more dangerous than cervical cancer.
Too many people focus on preventing cancer in women rather than the fact that the HPV vaccine prevents many forms of cancer in anyone who has sex. It doesn’t matter if one is gay, lesbian, or straight, HPV, which is linked to cancers, can be transmitted sexually between partners.
This article is here to remind everyone that HPV is linked to many different cancers. And given that there are just a handful of ways to reliably prevent cancer, the HPV vaccine becomes one of the most powerful tools to prevent these dangerous, debilitating, and deadly diseases.Read More »HPV vaccine is not just about cervical cancer, but other cancers
I enjoy repeating myself about the HPV vaccine, but another systematic review says it is effective in preventing HPV infections. And when we can prevent HPV infections, we can prevent a long list of cancers.
I know some of you think that your blueberry kale smoothies prevent cancer, but there are really only a handful of ways to prevent cancer. The HPV vaccine is one of the most effective methods to prevent cancer.
Let’s review HPV, the HPV vaccine, and this new systematic review.Read More »New systematic review says HPV vaccine is effective — of course
I have reviewed hundreds of papers for this FAQ on HPV vaccine myth debunking. The HPV vaccine is safe and it prevents cancer.