Importance of Vaccination in Uterine Cancer Prevention in Adolescence

Traditional therapeutic approaches in uterine cancer treatment may improve survival of patients with cancer. The specificity of uterus cancer treatment could improve the specific target therapy and understanding of mechanisms of cytotoxicity in normal cells. Developing cancer vaccines seems to achieve proper creation of specialized immune memory in order to prevent the tumor progression. Preventive prophylactic vaccination of women and men seems to be promising in disease progression considering the number of HPV strains involved and available vaccines being specific for 2 strains only to help eradication of cervical cancer.


Ioannis Drikos, Alexandros Sachinidis, Ioanna Vassi, Argyrios Ioannidis

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