New Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine

24 November 2015

The Center for Immunization at the Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of the Interior in Warsaw is the first hospital in the Masovian region to make the latest generation HPV vaccine available. The vaccine, GARDASIL 9, protects patients against changes that cause cancer of the cervix, vulva, vagina and anus, caused by the types of HPV against which this vaccine works, and against genital warts (genital warts) caused by certain types of HPV. Every year around the world, people are faced with the serious consequences of diseases caused by HPV. It is estimated that around 80% of all people will be infected by this virus during their lifetime.

The Center for Immunization is a robust medical unit, which are carries out adult vaccinations.  They include individual and group vaccinations commissioned by employers, universities and institutions without medical referral or prior registration. The facility also carries out vaccinations prior to travel. Our qualified staff has years of experience vaccinating people, who go to the farthest corners of the globe. Patients are received by senior drug epidemiologist, Dr. Barbara Skrobot and Dr. Joanna Milewska, both certified doctors in the field of travel medicine.