National - A new study shows the vaccine in preventing cervical cancer has long-term effectiveness.
According to New Medical online, the study looked at 14,215 women in 18 countries.
"These new results strengthen the promise that vaccination with Gardasil 9 can reduce 90 percent of cervical cancers," the article stated.
In a story by KSWO, a doctor said getting the vaccine is important because it's a way to directly prevent cervical cancer.
A cancer, the doctor said, is very common around the world.
To read the full study and to learn more about cervical cancer or the vaccine, click here.
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