The Centers for Disease Control recommends HPV vaccinations for youth ages 11 to 12 so that they become protected before potential exposure to the virus through sexual contact. While vaccination rates have been increasing, they still lag for both boys and girls.
The Centers for Disease Control recommends HPV vaccinations for youth ages 11 to 12 so that they become protected before potential exposure to the virus through sexual contact. While vaccination rates have been increasing, they still lag for both boys and girls. AP file photo
The Centers for Disease Control recommends HPV vaccinations for youth ages 11 to 12 so that they become protected before potential exposure to the virus through sexual contact. While vaccination rates have been increasing, they still lag for both boys and girls. AP file photo