What are other ways to prevent cervical cancer and HPV virus?
Another vaccine that causes 70% of cervical cancers is still in the trial and study process. This vaccine will be released to the health service soon.
Annual and regular pap smear tests ensure that most of the cervical cancers are caught early and in a curable period. The vast majority of people with cervical cancer in the United States are women who have never had a Pap Smear test in the past 5 years.
It is known to a certain extent that the use of condoms provides protection from cervical cancer and reduces genital warts. It is also known that using condoms prevents certain AIDS and many sexually transmitted diseases.