NC Applied Science
Gardasil, The vaccine against human papillomavirus
Analysis/Discussion (Pages 3&4)
Impact on Society (Page 5)
Conclusion (Page 6)
Recommendation (Page 6)
Bibliography (Page 6)
My aim of this report is to discuss the vaccine Gardasil and how it protects against the human papillomavirus (HPV). I will detail what HPV and how it affects the…
parts of the body which originally starts growing at the cervix which is the lower part of the uterus.
The human papilloma virus is a virus for which no cure is found. It is passed on from one person to the next through skin to skin contact of the reproductive organs during sexual intercourse or any other skin to skin contact of…
analyzed is whether or not it is effective after a long period of time and if a booster shot should be implemented. It also has been shown that even if a person is out of the approved age rage if it would still be effective a combating a Human papillomavirus infection. This is especially a topic of interest for people who have a higher predisposition for cervical cancer.
Another question commonly asked is how…
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Alysa N. Knowles
Lennard, HS; HCC Community College
Sexually Transmitted Infections
The entire Earth’s populous will become sick during their life, but one group of maladies is effectively avoidable. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are infections caused by bacteria that thrives in or around the genitals and are spread by contact with them. Every sexually active person is at risk for an STI, risk is reduced to zero when abstinence is practiced; reduced…
The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a common sexually transmitted infection (STI) that can lead to cancer (CDC, 2016). Since the licensure of the HPV vaccine, in 2006, countless educational and marketing campaigns have attempted to raise awareness of the vaccine. However, HPV vaccination rates have continued to remain low. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends that 9 to 26-year-old males and females receive three doses of the quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus (HPV)…
Human Pappilomavirus, more commonly known as HPV, is a group of over one hundred
and fifty viruses. It is the most common sexually transmitted infection. Almost all sexually active
men and women will contract HPV at some point in their life. It infects the genitals of men and
women, can cause warts and cancer. Cervical cancer is generally associated with HPV. There is
no cure or treatment but it can be prevented in the event that one was to contract the virus.
Per the CDC, Human Papillomavirus Virus (HPV) is a group of more than 150 related viruses. Each HPV virus in this large group is given a number which is called its HPV type. HPV is named for the warts (papilloma’s) some HPV types can cause. Some other HPV types can lead to cancer, especially cervical cancer. There are more than 40 HPV types that can infect the genital areas of males and females.
The HPV vaccine is a series of three shots over six months given to protect against HPV infection…
Dangerous Knowledge was all throughout the novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelly. Three prominent characters in the novel, in particular, show their “need” to fulfill their life callings. Viktor Frankenstein, Robert Waldon, and the creature everyone calls Frankenstein. The strive for such knowledge takes two to their grave and enlightens the other on the outcome of his actions if he does not stop. Waldon strives to be better than all past explorations and travel to the North Pole, which at the…
In 2006, the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine was created to prevent both HPV and cervical cancer, two serious diseases that affect millions every year. HPV is a group of sexually transmitted viruses that causes infectious papillomas, which are benign tumors, to appear at the site of infection. It is the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD) and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Protection, or CDC, “nearly all sexually active men and women get [HPV] at…
Chosen topic: Vaccination
Question: Should the HPV vaccine be compulsory for girls ages 11-20.
What is HPV? The human papillomavirus or HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the world and the leading cause of cervical cancer. The virus is spread via skin to skin contact and so is developed by 4 out of 5 people in NZ . There are over 100 types of HPV of which they are split into high risk and low risk. High risk types are those that are associated with the development of…