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  • Second Opinion

SECOND OPINION | HPV Vaccine / Cervical Cancer | PBS

Duration: 04:49
Program: Second Opinion #711

Families all over America are trying to decide whether to get the HPV vaccine for their daughters. Human papillomavirus (HPV) — a sexually transmitted infection — is the most common cause of cervical cancer. Learn more about the vaccine that offers protection from several of the most dangerous types of HPV—who should have it and what the risks may be.

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Post Date: October 18, 2010