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Is The HPV Vaccine Safe? New Study Of More Than 70,000 Women Gives It The Thumbs Up

Tuesday 15 May 2018

 

From the UK's iNews:

 

Vaccination
 

Is the HPV vaccine safe? New study of more than 70,000 women gives it the thumbs up

By Claudia Tanner
Monday May 14th 2018
© 2018. All rights reserved.

The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine which is designed to prevent cervical cancer has drawn a lot of controversy. Now a new review, which involved data from more than 73,000 girls and women, has concluded that it is safe and effective.

The analysis by the non-profit, non-governmental organisation, the Cochrane group, examined 26 studies carried out across the world over the past eight years concluded that they “did not find an increased risk of serious adverse effects”.

Under an NHS scheme introduced in 2008, all girls aged 12 to 15 are offered the vaccine against it. But campaigners have claimed the jab is linked to neurological issues – including paralysis and ME or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome– and some countries, including Ireland, have seen vaccination rates plummet.

 

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