It is estimated that 730,000 doses of Gardasil vaccine have been administered in England, Wales and Northern Ireland as part of the national Human papillomavirus (HPV) immunisation programme since September 2012.
The requested information for Scotland is not currently available. Statistics on the HPV Immunisation programme in Scotland for the 2012-13 academic year are planned for publication on
Published statistics for 2011-12 academic year show that around 75,000 doses of Cervarix vaccine had been administered in Scotland. Gardasil replaced Cervarix in September 2012 as the vaccine used in the national immunisation programme. Uptake rates in Scotland have been relatively consistent since the introduction of the HPV immunisation programme in September 2008.
Therefore, based on the assumption that uptake in 2012-13 remains at a similar level to 2011-12, it can be estimated a similar number of Gardasil vaccines have been administered in Scotland since September 2012.