The CDC, cancer centers and pediatric groups are making a renewed push for parents to have their children vaccinated against HPV-caused cancers by age 11 or 12.
The CDC, cancer centers and pediatric groups are making a renewed push for parents to have their children vaccinated against HPV-caused cancers by age 11 or 12. Charles Buchanan Associated Press file
The CDC, cancer centers and pediatric groups are making a renewed push for parents to have their children vaccinated against HPV-caused cancers by age 11 or 12. Charles Buchanan Associated Press file

It’s about cancer, not sex, say doctors, as CDC urges HPV vaccine for preteens

February 02, 2017 4:00 AM

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