Breaking: HPV Vaccine Not Recommended For Adults Over 26, Per New American Cancer Society Guidelines

Published Jul 8, 2020

Breaking: HPV Vaccine Not Recommended For Adults Over 26, Per New American Cancer Society Guidelines

This new information refutes a prior FDA approval of the vaccine in preventing head and neck cancer in those up to age 45. In addition, it lowers the recommended age for the HPV vaccination to 9-12 years.

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