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UMKC’s Diane Harper on HPV Research Findings

A new CDC study found that a vaccine used against sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV) lowered the rate of infections in teen girls by half. For parents hesitant about vaccinating their daughters who are not yet sexually active, will this change their minds? In an interview aired by Huffington Post, Dr. Diane Harper, UMKC School of Medicine and an international leader in HPV research, advises a cautious response to these results. Read more…


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