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Lotte Amit has not lived a proper life for two years since she had the HPV vaccine against cervical cancer
More than 200 doctors across Europe are calling for a halt on the routine use of the HPV vaccination until its safety and effectiveness have been established
Millions of women are having an unnecessary Pap smear test for cervical cancer
Parents are turning their back on the new Gardasil HPV vaccine, and are refusing to allow their teenage daughters to have the jab that is supposed to protect against cervical cancer
This is a scary diagnosis, but it doesn't mean you have cancer-and there's plenty you can do to slash your risk of developing cancer in the future if you've ever had an abnormal Pap smear test result, you've probably heard of cervical dysplasia, the name doctors have given to abnormal changes in the cells on the inner surface of the cervix-the lowest portion of the womb