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Boys in Australia to Receive the HPV Vaccine to Prevent Genital Warts; VyGone Introduced Ultimate Genital Warts Treatment in the US.
Date:12/29/2012

Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) December 29, 2012

December 29, 2012 - On the 19th of November, ABC News posted an article on the decision by the Australian government to provide human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines to school-going boys. This decision is to be implemented from next year, in 2013. The vaccine is already being provided to school-going girls since the past eight years and has proved to have been a good decision on the part of the government. This is because the HPV is associated with genital warts which are further linked to cervical cancer in some cases. With these vaccines, the chances of cervical cancer will drop and will bring down medical expenditures on such cancers by a large amount. What’s best is that the vaccines will be provided free of cost to all boys which will ensure that everyone is protected instead of just those that can afford to pay for it.

Genital warts are caused by a type of HPV. These warts are formed inside or around the genitals, on areas such as the anus, penis, vagina, vulva and cervix. They may be extremely hard to detect as the size of these warts are small and they are flesh colored. However, symptoms such as itching and dampness may alert people of their presence. VyGone is an online based company in the US which provides treatments to fight the symptoms caused by HPV, and also educates individuals on how to fight the disease. It has helped more than hundreds of individuals in the past year and aims to help many more who are unaware whether they carry the disease or not. It has recently introduced a new treatment which can help individuals eradicate the symptoms caused by HPV, before they cause any pain.

Medical checkups and physical examination may be required to determine whether a person is suffering from genital warts so that immediate treatment of genital warts can be started. The HPV is highly contagious, so treatment will also ensure that the virus is not transmitted to sex
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