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Carron’s story: cervical cancer and the HPV vaccine

By Thomas August 17th, 2015 0 Comments

Carron Hulme survived cervical cancer so she is delighted that her daughters Charlotte and Mollie have had the HPV vaccine. The HPV vaccine is expected to prevent about 70% of cervical cancers. However, it is important that girls who are vaccinated continue to take up the offer of cervical smear testing later in life, so

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Immunising an ageing Europe

By Gary Finnegan August 7th, 2015 0 Comments

Most children in Europe have free and easy access to well-organized immunisation services but convincing adults that vaccines are ‘not just for kids’ is the next great public health challenge. Europe has a lot going for it. Health services are, for the most part, excellent and easily accessible. Immunisation is free and childhood vaccine schedules

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Malaria vaccine could save millions of lives

By Gary Finnegan August 6th, 2015 0 Comments

The world’s first ever malaria vaccine has been given the green light by regulators. Is this a game-changer in the battle against a killer disease? Around 200 million people are infected by malaria every year. Some survive, many do not. In fact, malaria kills 1,200 children per day. For decades, scientists have tried to find

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