Thanks for posting that, Darwin Yes, the more trials for therapeutic vaccines taking place the better and I just want to be optimistic, as a few years ago, I just thought, there is no end to this, but it does make you feel hopeful... xxx
Just saw this online, “First woman in UK receives dose of therapeutic HPV vaccine”
Hoping for a good outcome and a fast trial!
Amazing news, thanks for sharing ! x
Oh wow, thanks for posting, KittyCat01.
Keeping everything crossed for the person who had the vaccination, let’s hope it’s a great success.
So back in June 2020 I emailed the University of Oxford that are doing the HPV vaccine trial for HPV001 (the same trial as per my post above about the first UK dose)
Well I have just got a response to that email as follows:
Thank you for your previous interest in our study. Oxford has now opened for recruitment and we are currently in the process to establish interest and eligibility.
Please get in touch with us if you are
- Still interested in participation
Meet all of the following criteria:
Female aged between 25 – 55
Positive HPV test (e.g. smear) in the last 6-18 months
Diagnosis of low-grade cervical lesion (CIN1 or HPV-only) in last 12 months
No evidence for CIN2/3 or LLETZ since 2019
Using effective contraception (progesterone only mini-pill, depot and implant are not eligible )
Not received AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in the past 3 months (Pfizer/Moderna is OK)
Live within 1 hour drive/journey of Oxford*
*More study sites and further information can be found at, [Prime-boost Vaccine Study in Women With Low-grade Cervical HPV Lesions - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov]
We wish you all the best and are looking forward to hearing from you.””
I unfortunately do not qualify, but maybe someone here does!!
As per the University of Oxford website: If you are interested, please contact the research team on firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Kitty, thanks so much for posting all that, as
I’ve also just had that email as well but also don’t qualify to join but let’s hope others can!