Global effect of the cervical cancer vaccine 10 years on [INFOGRAPHIC]

It's been 10 years since Professor Ian Frazer's vaccines, which protect against two human pappillomavirus strains known to cause about 70 per cent of cervical cancers, started to go global. The below infographic shows the extent to which his work and the work of his team has had a profound global effect on women's health, and how the success of the vaccine has made his Translational Research Institute in Brisbane an epicentre for faster, more efficient research.