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MEDICINE & CHINESE TRADITIONAL MEDICINE
Luigi Mattera is a certified by CERFPA (St. Laurent du Var-France) in HOMEOPATHY (biennale) & ZUO TUINA MASSAGE OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE - Online certificate from TEXAS CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE (Pasadena-Texas 2007) in CHIROPRACTIC SPORTS & CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENT OF GOLF INJURIES.
In the past, has been Captain aboard tanker ships . He got University doctorate in Foreigner and Litterature Languages (IULM Milano
- Italy) and 3 years University Diploma in Public Relations and Discipline Administration (IULM Milano)
Among non-vaccinated girls and boys, infection with HPV is very common following initiation of sexual behavior.
By one estimate, 24% of teenaged girls in the U.S. between the ages of 14 and 19 and 45% of women in their early to mid-20s are infected with HPV.
For this reason, vaccination efforts target girls who are not yet sexually active
. Current recommendations call for vaccination of girls and women ages 11-26 with the Cervarix or Gardasil vaccine. The Gardasil vaccine is also approved for use in boys.
Girls and young women who are vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV) appear to be no more likely than those who are not vaccinated to engage in sexually risky behaviors,
HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S., with an estimated 6.2 million new infections each year.
Two types of the virus, HPV 16 and HPV 18, are responsible for 70% of cervical cancers. HPV also causes genital warts and can lead to cancer of the cervix, vagina, vulva, penis, and anus.
n a report released last August, CDC officials reported that HPV vaccination rates among teens are lagging behind two other vaccines introduced for the age group at close to the same time.
it appears many health care providers are not offering the HPV vaccine to their young female patients at age 11 or 12 as recommended, but are instead vaccinating girls later.
“There is a sense that it is OK to wait until closer to the time that teens become sexually active,”. “The problem is that you may be waiting until it is too late for vaccination to have an impact.”
pediatricians and other health care providers need to recommend the HPV vaccine as strongly as they recommend other immunization
HPV and Cervical Cancer
Achievements in Prevention and Future Prospects
Borruto, Franco; De Ridder, Marc (Eds.)
2012, 2012, XIV, 458 p. 73 illus., 63 in color.
Hardcover, ISBN 978-1-4614-1987-7
Due: March 31, 2012158,20 €
- Provides overview of HPV research from discovery to the present day
- Examines the process of HPV infection to oncogenesis
- Explores the effects of HPV vaccination
HPV infections and their clinical consequences are a major disease burden. This book aims to provide an updated comprehensive summary of the available data in this multidisciplinary field. The different contributing experts, using the most recent information, provide updated in depth reviews on different aspects of HPV infections.
The reader will discover how quickly interesting new data has been generated, not only on the immune-biology of this infection, but also on the more clinical aspects like the diagnostic approaches and techniques, the success of primary and secondary prevention, the follow-up in vaccinated cohorts or individuals, and the various treatment options.
Content Level » Research