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  1. First-Ever Cancer Vaccine Approved (USA Today)
      "The Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday that it has approved the first vaccine designed to prevent cancer."

      "The vaccine, Gardasil, blocks infection by two types of the human papillomavirus, or HPV, which account for about 70% of cervical cancer cases." 06-06

  2. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) in Men (Time.com)
      "HPV infection drives cancerous growth, as it is widely understood to do in the cervix. But unlike cervical cancer, this type of oral cancer is more prevalent in men." 05-07

  3. Study: HPV, Virus That Causes Cancer in Women, Is Very Common (ABC News)
      "And the figures could have the greatest implications for younger women. Researchers found that among females 14 to 24 years of age, 34 percent were infected with HPV. That suggests 7.5 million teens and young women infected nationwide much more than the 4.6 million in previous estimates."

      "Harper says vaccination against HPV does not provide 100 percent protection against cervical cancer, and women still need to have regular Pap smears as recommended by their doctor to allow for early detection of changes in the cervix." 02-07

  4. Throat Cancer and STDs (U.S. News)
      "HPV is a particularly scurrilous threat, since it incubates silently in the back of the mouth and is now linked to a dangerous form of throat cancer in both men and women similar to the one that arises in the cervix." 03-08

  5. What Farrah Fawcett Can Teach About Anal Cancer (US News)
      "Anal cancer is one of those cancers no one likes to talk about because it's, well, anal cancer. But we really should discuss it as much as, say, cervical cancer. Both are predominately caused by the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus. In fact, a 2004 study of 6,000 anal cancer patients (the majority of whom were women) found that 73 percent of the patients tested positive for the strain HPV-16, one of the strains that the Gardasil vaccine protects against." 02-11

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