Can intensive intervention improve HPV vaccination rates?


The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is a key vaccine for children and adolescents to get in their early lives.

It is a crucial vaccine for all patients, especially since 14 million new cases appear in the United States each year.

However, not all patients complete the vaccine series. A new article from Contemporary Pediatrics analyzed a study on the effectiveness of Development of Systems and Education for Human Papillomavirus Vaccination (DOES HPV), a multilevel intervention.

For program details and more on the findings, read the full article.

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