New Zealand Begins HPV Vaccination Program For 50,000
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
New Zealand kicked off a program to provide free vaccinations against cervical cancer to 50,000 young women ages 17 and 18 years. Those taking advantage of the immunization program are to receive a human pappiloma virus vaccine. The program is to be expanded next year when the vaccine is made available to girls as young as 12, primarily through the nation's school system. (Click here for more
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