Cancer-causing infections tumble thanks to mass vaccination of girls

By Melissa Cunningham
Updated June 27 2019 - 11:44am, first published 11:36am

Routine human papillomavirus vaccinations in Australia have led to a dramatic drop in infections that lead to cancer, new global research shows.

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