Anti-Vaxxers Spread Misinformation, Thwarting Cancer Prevention Made Possible by HPV Vaccine

Published Aug 5, 2020

Anti-Vaxxers Spread Misinformation, Thwarting Cancer Prevention Made Possible by HPV Vaccine

Parents who learn about the HPV vaccine on Facebook are more likely to believe anti-vaxxer myths than the real facts about its life-saving benefits

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