“Cervical cancer vaccination reduces risk” Swedish group October 11, 13:01 k10012658441_202010111307_202010111310.mp4 Large-scale survey of 1.67 million women by the Swedish group on the effects of cervical cancer vaccine The results of a study showing that the risk of cervical cancer was significantly reduced in vaccinated women. The study was published by a group at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden in the American medical journal The New England Journal of Medicine.
The cervical cancer vaccine is said to prevent the infection of the “human papillomavirus” that causes cancer, and data has been published that it reduces the symptoms that are the pre-stage of cancer, but which one is cervical cancer? There was no detailed data on how much it could be reduced.
The group found a link between vaccination against four types of viruses and the development of cervical cancer in approximately 1.67 million women aged 10 to 30 years between 2006 and 2017. I looked it up.
As a result, 94 out of 100,000 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer without vaccination, compared to 47 per 100,000.
When the risk of cervical cancer was analyzed after adjusting the age, the risk was reduced by 88% when vaccinated under the age of 17, and the risk was reduced by 53% when vaccinated between the ages of 17 and 30. about it.
“Vaccination has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of cervical cancer,” the research group said.