Farrah Fawcett Died of HPV-Related Anal Cancer — The Vaccine Could Change The Game For A Generation

Farrah Fawcett Died of HPV-Related Anal Cancer — The Vaccine Could Change The Game For A Generation

Diagnosed at a later stage, the "Charlie's Angel" delayed bringing her symptoms to a doctor's attention. Today, says the American Cancer Society, the HPV-vaccine could wipe out cancers like Fawcett's — an historic first.

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