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HPV vaccination in the UK has prevented thousands of cases of cervical cancer
The benefits of the UK’s HPV vaccine campaign will only grow.
Pap smears are no longer the best way to screen for cervical cancer
The American Cancer Society now recommends people over 25 be tested for HPV every five years.
Cervical cancer could soon be a disease of the past
Researchers think the disease could be eliminated in the U.S. within a few decades.
Most people don’t know the true dangers of HPV
We have a vaccine that prevents cancer—but not enough people are using it.
Neanderthals May Have Given Us Genital Warts
A case of ancient hominid hanky-panky
How the presidential candidates get science wrong
The Future Of The DNA Hard Drive
One day we may look to biological rather than physical storage of data...just not yet.
Should You Get A Pap Smear Every Year?
Newly updated guidelines change the answer to that question