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Vaccination against HPV virus
What is HPV and why is it important to deal with it?

HPV vípus is an abbreviation for Human Papilloma Virus. HPV infection is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases, 85% of people encounter it at least once in their lifetime. 3 things can happen in this case:


Transient infection

HPV multiplies in the epithelial cells, but does not cause any noticeable changes, and is defeated by the immune system (most common version). Unfortunately, no immune protection develops after HPV infection, which means that multiple re-infections are possible.


Formation of warts

Certain types of HPV (types 6 and 11) cause benign cell proliferation (warts). On hands, feet, genitals, vocal cords. Unpleasant, but manageable.


The development of a malignant tumor

High-risk types of HPV (primarily types 16, 18, 31, etc.) can turn normal cells into cancer-preceding cells over several years, and into malignant tumors after several more years. This is how 99.9% of cervical cancers and the vast majority of vaginal/pubic/rectal cancers develop!

Why is the HPV vaccine good?

It follows from the above that if the body is protected against the most problematic types of the HPV virus, the chances of both warts and malignant tumors caused by HPV are dramatically reduced.

The most modern vaccine, called Gardasil-9, protects against 2 types of "warty" and 7 types of "tumorous", a total of 9 types of HPV virus strains.


Protect your body against disease-causing HPV viruses!
Ask for the vaccinations at a discounted price in our clinic!
(The full effect is ensured by the administration of 3 vaccinations at a specific time. )

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