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Would HPV Vaccine Rates Increase If More Docs Suggested Them?

Given that HPV vaccine rates are lower than expected, a new study suggests that this might change if doctors recommended the vaccine to their patients more often. Yet, this may not be happening. Between the years 2009-2011, there was no real increase in doctors recommending the vaccine to their female patients 13-26, says MedPage Today

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