United Kingdom From September, British twelve and thirteen-year-olds will be offered vaccination against HPV virus as part of a general vaccination program.
Experts from the country's public health authority expect the introduction of HPV vaccines, which will cover both girls and boys, to prevent 114,000 cancer cases by 2058, from the time they were introduced to girls in 2008.
HPV is a sexually transmitted virus that can cause cancer, including cervix, mouth, anal aperture and testicles.
There is already a big difference. As girls began to vaccinate, studies have shown that infections with some key types of viruses have fallen by 86 percent among young people aged 16 to 21 in England.