How Rwanda could be the first country to wipe out cervical cancer

The East African country’s campaign to end cervical cancer through the HPV vaccine has had to overcome cultural taboos and rumours about infertility – but it’s saving lives.

Therapeutic vaccine shows promise of treatment against HPV infections that lead to cancer

A new vaccine might one-day replace surgery for cervical cancer.

Cervical cancer could be a thing of the past by 2100

The challenge is greater in the world’s poorest countries.

Australia says ‘bye bye’ to rubella. Cervical cancer is next

Vaccines work, definitely!

The UK’s HPV-vaccine effort paid off: infections are down 86%

Good news from the UK!

Vaccine against HPV proves its worth, so why don’t Americans use it?

A new study confirms the the effectiveness of a HPV vaccine introduced almost a decade ago in the US; the virus’ prevalence in teenage girls is down by almost two thirds. Even for women in their early 20s, the group with the lowest vaccination rates, infections have been reduced by more than a third.