Instances of HPV in teen girls are down by two-thirds since vaccine’s introduction

The number of teenage girls with HPV infections has dropped by nearly two-thirds since the introduction of a vaccine in 2006, according to a new study. The drop occurred even though immunization is what the CDC calls “unacceptably low.” Today’s results suggest the vaccine has had a powerful effect, even without widespread adoption.

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