The development of cervical cancer is often impacted by various infections, which are often transmitted through sexual intercourse. By creating antibodies, high protection can be achieved against a wide range of dangerous papillomaviruses.
This is a voluntary vaccination that has very high effiency. Therefore, the body gains protection that accounts for up to 90 percent of cases of cervical cancer. The response of the body to the vaccine is not significant, just as there is no need to worry about side effects either. Further details will be provided to you by your doctor, if you demand them.
Various vaccines can be used, including Gardasil 9, Silgard, or Cervarix. Vaccination against cervical cancer is not covered by health insurance, and the price depends on the vaccine used.