There is indeed a vaccine now available against the papilloma virus whch is often responsible for causing cervical cancer. It is given to girls at the age of 10 or 11 years. It can be given as young as 9 years of age and can also be given as a 'catch up' vaccine to teen age girls if it was not given previously at the correct age.
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