UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The “fight” against cervical cancer may almost completely disappear.
The news comes after calculations by a group of scientists who claim that in Britain, serious illness will be minimized within the next two decades and in the world within a century.
World health officials find they have found the right formula to break down disease molecules and plan to have 90 percent of girls vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV) by 2030.
Also, 70% of women are required to be screened for the disease for at least once or twice in their lifetime. This would bring the number down, by about 89% within a century to the 78 worst-affected countries, preventing 60 million cases.
Cervical cancer kills about 270,000 women worldwide every year. The virus lives on the skin around the genitals and can be transmitted through sex, even if it is by protective measures or any other intimate contact.
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