Over the years, many research studies have shown new hopes of curing all forms of cancer. However, a new research study revealed by the University of Melbourne and the University of New South Wales is showing new hopes of eradicating various types of cancers.
Preventing such cancers from developing in the first place is the driving force to this research. The free HPV (the human papillomavirus) vaccination has given teenage girls in Australia a way to prevent forms of cancer in the future.
It has been found that there has been a significant decline in the signs of the human papillomavirus, where there has been 93 percent drop in genital wart diagnoses in women vaccinated against HPV. This means elimination of genital warts, recurrent laryngeal papilloma, most genital cancers, and some 60 per cent of head and neck cancers could be completed in the near future.