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Vaccination

U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the virus (HPV) 9-26 year-old female, in order to prevent cervical cancer vaccine, human papilloma virus. It also can protect the most frequent cause of vaginal and vulvar cancer, human papilloma virus type. HPV vaccine does not replace routine cervical cancer screening (Pap smear), under the proposed screening criteria.

Hepatitis B is a liver disease from hepatitis B virus (HBV) caused. It ranges in severity from mild illness, lasting (acute) a few weeks, a serious long-term (chronic) disease that can lead to liver disease or liver cancer. Hepatitis B vaccine for all age groups to prevent hepatitis B virus infection.


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