WATCH | Bhekisisa: How anti-cervical cancer jabs work
Most cervical cancer cases are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which spreads through sex.
Anti-HPV injections have been around since 2006 and getting the jab as a teenager can stop cervical cancer in about nine out of 10 women later in life.
We break down how the injections work, what they cost and why they save lives.
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