Cervical cancer is one of the common diseases in women across the world as well as
especially among women in India. The Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the sexually
transmitted infection contributing to the most important factor for the cancer cervix. Usually,
this infection would not cause any symptoms. HPV serotypes 16 and 18 accounts have been
more than 76.7% of cervical cancer. According to resources, more than 80% of sexually
active women have genital HPV. The majority of infections could lead to cancer. Cervical
Cancer causes changes in the pap smear, and it mainly ranges from the lower to higher grade
Dr Anita Singh's Clinic offers the Vaccination for Cervical Cancer, which acts as the immediate protective immune response. The vaccine especially prevents the virus from releasing genetic materials. Vaccines have been globally licensed, and it would be efficient for quickly reducing the cancerous cells in the body. The vaccines do not protect against strain when the patient is infected already. the ideal time for vaccinating a girl is before she made her sexual debut. The most recommended age for the vaccination is from 9 to 12 years.