Cervical Cancer<br />and other HPV-related<br />cancers and diseases<br />
Facts about Cervical Cancer <br />Cervical Cancer is the most common <br />Cancer affecting<br /> Indian women.<br />Appro...
Certain Types of HPV can cause several diseases<br />
Protecting against HPV-related cancers and diseases<br />There is no treatment is available that can cure an HPV infection...
The link between Cervical Cancer and HPV <br />When a female becomes infected with certain types of HPV and the virus does...
HPV Transmission <br />HPV is a common virus that’s easily transmitted. Women can get HPV infections at any point in their...
Protection with HPV vaccine<br />Cervical cancer<br />Vaginal and vulvar cancers<br />HPV vaccine may help <br />guard aga...
Who should receive HPV vaccine?<br />HPV vaccination is for girls and women of certain age group. Works best when given be...
THANKS <br />Priya Gupta<br />
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My Topic is Cervical cancer this is the cancer which is only happened to ladies and this cancer don't have any symptoms.

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Cervical cancer

  1. 1. Cervical Cancer<br />and other HPV-related<br />cancers and diseases<br />
  2. 2. Facts about Cervical Cancer <br />Cervical Cancer is the most common <br />Cancer affecting<br /> Indian women.<br />Approximately 200 women die every day due to Cervical cancer in India.<br />
  3. 3. Certain Types of HPV can cause several diseases<br />
  4. 4. Protecting against HPV-related cancers and diseases<br />There is no treatment is available that can cure an HPV infection, so it’s important to know the option for detection and protection. <br />Pap test<br />Pap test<br />The test looks for abnormal cells in the lining of the cervix before they have a chance to become precancerous or cancerous<br />Vaccination can help protect against cervical cancer and other HPV-related diseases. <br />
  5. 5. The link between Cervical Cancer and HPV <br />When a female becomes infected with certain types of HPV and the virus doesn’t go away on its own. abnormal cells can develop in the lining of the cervix. If not discovered early and treated, these abnormal cells can become cervical Precancers, and then cancer. <br />Cells infected with HPV can cause abnormal Pap tests.<br />
  6. 6. HPV Transmission <br />HPV is a common virus that’s easily transmitted. Women can get HPV infections at any point in their lifetime.<br />3 out of 4 new HPV infections occur in young women aged 15 to 24 years.<br />In USA, approximately 80% of women will have had HPV* by the time they are age 50.<br />For must people, the body’s own defense system will clear the virus, but when it doesn’t, certain diseases can develop.<br />*Number represents more than 30 genital HPV types. <br />
  7. 7. Protection with HPV vaccine<br />Cervical cancer<br />Vaginal and vulvar cancers<br />HPV vaccine may help <br />guard against diseases:<br />Genital warts<br />Abnormal and precancerous cervical lesions <br />HPV vaccine needs to be given in 3 doses over a period of 6 months.<br />
  8. 8. Who should receive HPV vaccine?<br />HPV vaccination is for girls and women of certain age group. Works best when given before any contact with HPV types contained in the vaccine.<br />That is why young girls can get vaccinated. Please consult your doctor if you should be vaccinated. <br />An individual can not get HPV or any disease caused by HPV from the vaccination. That is because there is no live virus in the vaccine.<br />Instead, HPV vaccine contains a protein that helps the body’s immune system produce antibodies.<br />
  9. 9. THANKS <br />Priya Gupta<br />

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