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Cervarix Comes to Russia
22.08.2008 13:43
Cervarix Comes to Russia
Human papillomavirus

Famous vaccine Cervarix, designed against certain types of the human papillomavirus (HPV) that cause cervical cancer, is now registered in Russia.
      Cervarix helps women from over 70 countries of the world to prevent cervical cancer since 2007. The vaccine demonstrated safety and immunizing power during many clinical trials, performed all over our planet.
      The vaccine is designed to prevent infection from HPV types 16 and 18, which currently cause about 70% of cervical cancer cases. It was created using the L1 protein of the viral capsid. The vaccine contains no live virus and no DNA, so it cannot infect the patient.
      Cervarix vaccine will appear in Russian pharmacies in October 2008.
      Source: Science & Technology


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