Insurers are not paying enough for HPV vaccines — and our kids are paying the price
from Forbes (opinion)
Peter Ubel writes, "The HPV vaccine saves lives. It does so by reducing a person's chance of being infected by the human papilloma virus, a virus that causes a whole range of cancers including, most importantly, cervical cancer. Vaccinate your teenage daughter against HPV, and you will increase the chance she will live to old age. Simple as that. Yet currently, the majority of American teenagers, boys and girls, are reaching adulthood without the full protection of the vaccine."
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