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The science behind them keeps on improving, allowing us to be protected from more and more diseases. It's like a never-ending Science Fair project that has saved millions and millions of lives. Vaccines are as easy as one, two, ouch! It's true that needles may hurt for a second or two. But hey, isn't the pain worth it for protection from a disease that could hurt you a whole lot more? You know vaccination is one of the best steps you can take to protect your health, but it's a good idea to think of getting it in terms of three steps.
Stay informed and inspired! Please try again Please enter a valid email address Thank you! But can it also help prevent mouth and throat cancer? Researchers are working to answer this question now. We have known for a long time that HPV human papillomavirus causes cervical cancer, and we now know that the virus also causes other cancers including oropharyngeal cancer , a type of oral cancer affecting the back of the mouth and throat.