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Worldwide cancer incidence is increasing, with viral infections including human papillomavirus (HPV) responsible for a significantly higher number of cancer deaths in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) when compared to high income countries. Globally, in 2015, there were 72 national HPV vaccination programmes, and 39 demonstration or pilot programmes. Despite HPV's impact on both sexes, for examples in malignancies such as oropharyngeal cancer (whose incidence is increasing across thedoi:10.22374/ijmsch.v1isp1.7 fatcat:6ltbma3bf5alpkxubyvazw3cvm