“HPV vaccine” prevents cervical cancer year 65 for 4 hundred thousand female students

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Thailand has provided a cervical cancer vaccine year 65 to 400,000 female Grade 5 students, and has accelerated the provision of retrospective injections for another 800,000 after two years of global shortage of vaccines. Effectiveness, more than 10 years of practical use, high protection 90%

On July 28, Dr. Nakhon Premsri, director of the National Vaccine Institute, said that now there is a supply ofHPV vaccine in order to injectcervical cancergive toschoolgirlGrade 5 (Grade 5) of 2022, about 400,000 people, which is sufficient. However, in the past two years around the world, there has been a shortage of HPV vaccine. from the situation ofcovid 19 with part causing insufficient supply chain Therefore, it is not imported to inject in grade 5 female students, therefore, has expedited the procurement of HPV vaccine to be injected retrospectively for approximately 8 hundred thousand female students in such groups.

“We now know that China is in the process of coming.Register for the HPV vaccineAdditional to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which if there are vaccines from China and India added It will help Thailand to provide more and cheaper HPV vaccines. It will increase access to the HPV vaccine,” said Dr. Nakhon.

Dr. Nakhon said that for the effectiveness of the actual use of the HPV vaccine. After about 10 years of follow-up, it was found that it was effective inmouth cancer preventionApproximately 90% of children are considered very high and reflect that the immunity from the vaccine can last a long time. But how much can it be monitored to reduce the incidence of cervical cancer? Long-term follow-up is required. due to addictioncervical cancer virus (Human Papilloma virus (HPV)) can progress throughout life.

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