Nearly 120,000 young women received the free HPV vaccine over the past two years and thereby reduced the risk of developing cervical cancer. Soon the offer will be terminated.
Numbers from the National Vaccination Registry (SYSVAK) show that 53 percent of women who had access to a two-year vaccination program used it so far.
The program ensures that women born between 1991–1996 receive the vaccine that protects against the HPV virus, which can lead to cervical cancer. Since 2009, this vaccine has been provided to all girls in the seventh grade, but those who attended school did not receive it.
Satisfied Minister for Seniority and Public Health Åse Michaelsen (Frp).
– HPV vaccine saves lives. Therefore, the government launched a vaccination program in 2016, where young women born in 1991 or later were offered free HPV vaccine. So far, almost 120,000 women have taken advantage of this offer. “It's awesome,” she says.
The State Council recommends that everyone in the target group begin vaccination by the end of December. This is the last chance to take the first dose before the system is installed.
Dose two and three should be taken by July 1, 2019.
– You must take all three doses to get the best protection. We get some questions from women if they need to be vaccinated again, if there was more time between doses than planned. They don't need it. It's wonderful that he took more time than planned, says project manager Anita Dae for a vaccination program for young women.
– terrible effort
In addition to figures for the entire country, the National Institute of Public Health also presents data on the proportion of women vaccinated in different districts, municipalities and districts on Wednesday
“The city health service has made tremendous efforts and delivered more than 300,000 doses of HPV vaccines since the proposal for vaccination was launched two years ago. We find the highest proportion of vaccinated women in Trondelag, followed by Sogn og Fjordand and Hordaland, Dae's victory.
The lowest proportion of vaccines can be found in Østfold, Buskerud and Akershus.
The vaccine reduces the risk of developing a severe cervical cavity by 90 percent in women who have not been infected with HPV during vaccination.
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