Neal D. Goldstein, PhD
Findings published in Vaccine demonstrated that fewer than 40% of surveyed adults supported a policy requiring HPV vaccination for school entry.
Loren Saulsberry, PhD, instructor of public health sciences at the University of Chicago, and colleagues wrote that the vaccine has been “politically charged” since its approval in 2006 because the disease it prevents is sexually transmitted, and also because of several controversial legislative mandates.
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