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pairs. Five antigens are early and two are late. The early antigens
are E1 governing viral plasmid replication, E2 viral transcription
modulator and viral plasmid replication, E4 filamentous cytoplasmic
networks with shared cellular distribution as keratin intermediate
filaments, E5 regulation cell growth, E6 oncogene interaction
with p53 via mutation, and E7 cancer promotion apoptosis of
wild p53 cells and immortalization of mutated p53 interacting
with retinoblastoma tumor suppressor gene. The late antigens are
L1, a major antigenic protein against which the vaccine is aimed,
and L2, a weaker antigen of the late proteins. Protection is not
dependent on a cellular immune response making this acceptable
for those with HIV and other infections.
Side effects of the vaccine include rash, local swelling, headache,
nausea, vomiting, fatigue, dizziness, and generalized weakness.
Observation for 15 minutes after the dosage is recommended as
syncope may occur, more commonly in males.

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Again, prevention is much better than treating diseases that
could be prevented. Although most individuals will spontaneously
clear the infection and not progress to disease, there is no current
way of predicting who will progress. Think of your role as that of
a beachcomber who is on the shore tossing back starfish washed
ashore by the tide. Someone told him he was wasting time as it
didn't matter because of the vast number of starfish. As he went
on tossing starfish back into the ocean, he told his critic that it
certainly mattered to the starfish in his hand. People should be
treated with the same respect as those starfish.
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