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Gene-Eden-VIR Has Best Value; polyDNA Compares Treatments for HPV Infection
Date:4/29/2013

Rochester, NY (PRWEB) April 29, 2013

polyDNA recommends Gene-Eden-VIR as the most cost effective means of treating a latent HPV infection. During Money Smart Week (1), polyDNA is doing its part by contrasting the cost of HPV treatments. One of those treatments is Gene-Eden-VIR, a natural remedy against the latent HPV virus.

This week, the media, government agencies, not-for-profits, schools, financial institutions and businesses of all kinds are working together to help customers manage their personal finances better. To help customers who suffer from HPV infections, polyDNA compared the cost of Gardasil, Cervarix and Gene-Eden-VIR. The first two are FDA approved vaccines while the third is a natural, antiviral remedy.

“All my friends have been getting the HPV jab. But, I’ve been waiting it out. I’ve read some stuff online about the studies done on them, Gardasil for sure, only lasts for like…5 years. Then you know, it only protects against 4 strains and I read that there are more than 40 types that can infect the genitals, so for $390, it sounds like Gardasil’s protection is super limited.” -Irene D.

The only FDA drugs approved for HPV prevention are Gardasil and Cervarix. Both are vaccines. Gardasil protects against four HPV strains, and Cervarix protects against two. Neither vaccine is effective if someone is already infected with one of these HPV strains. (2)(3)

According to Cancer.org, the cost of Gardasil is $130 per dose, and it requires at least 3 doses for a person to be considered fully vaccinated. This means that the full cost of vaccination with Gardasil is $390.00. (4)

In 2011 the cost of Cervarix was lowered from $134.95 to $90.00 per dose. (5) However, even at $90.00 per dose, (again at 3 doses for full vaccination) Cervarix comes to a total of $270.00. That’s $120.00 less than Gardasil, but for some customers this cost is still significant.

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