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Gardasil 9-valent HPV vaccine can prevent 95% of cervical cancer, 85% of vaginal cancer, 95% of anal cancer, 90% of condyloma acuminatum, and a variety of high-risk and low-risk viruses. It is currently the most effective means of preventing cervical cancer.

The HPV vaccine needs to be injected three times, and it is recommended to be injected in the 0th, 1st, and 6th months.

Note: The World Health Organization recommends that the best vaccination age is 9-25 years old, but even if you are over 25 years old and have not been infected with HPV16 and 18 and other vaccine-preventable subtypes, vaccination is effective. Vaccination does not mean complete prevention of cancer. Regular cervical screening is very necessary.