Cervical Cancer

Human papillomavirus (HPV infection or simply papillomavirus) is one of those ubiquitous virus, carried by a majority of the population. More than 90% of people living sexual life is infected by any (or several) the type of hpv. Carrier of hpv can be asymptomatic, but can cause various types of media appearance of benign tumors of the skin and mucous membranes. Gardasil, as a vaccine against cervical cancer, created a furor in modern medicine. Thus, the vaccine Gardasil helps prevent infection with four hpv types (6,11,16 and 18), whose presence in 70% leads to the development of cervical cancer and 90% of cases – to the appearance of genital warts. hpv also develops in some cases, tumor diseases of larynx in children who become infected during childbirth, as it passes through the birth canal. Human papilloma virus – is an extremely common infection, a woman may acquire the virus during sexual contact, the worst consequence of which – a cancer of the cervix. Cervical cancer – the second largest in List of cancer in women, being after breast cancer.

It is important to know that when infected with certain types of hpv high-risk previously undiagnosed and untreated in connection with this infection, and leads to the appearance of atypical cells. Disease, which prevents the emergence of vaccination gardasilom: – Cervical cancer – Cancer of the vulva – Cancer of the vagina – Precancerous and dysplastic lesions – Genital warts and pathology of the cervix caused by hpv 6, 11, 16 and 18 types of vaccine are not intended to treat diseases have emerged: – Active genital kondilomatoza – Cervical Cancer – Cancer of the vulva or vagina – Intraepithelial neoplasia of the cervix, vulva or vagina Age Vaccination: Vaccination is shown in age from 9 to 26 years: children and adolescents of both sexes aged 9 to 17 years and young women aged 18 to 26 years. Vaccination is best done Gardasilom girls at puberty, before the start of sexual activity, that is, before infection with human papillomavirus. Gardasil vaccine can be administered during breast