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Too few women oncology investigators; is a rigid HPV vaccination schedule needed?

Too few women oncology investigators; is a rigid HPV vaccination schedule needed?

Update: 2019-08-14
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Is a rigid HPV vaccination schedule really necessary? Story by Bruce Jancin, reporting from the annual meeting of the European Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases.

Delayed administration of the second dose of an HPV vaccine had no negative impact on the magnitude of the immune response.

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Too few women oncology investigators; is a rigid HPV vaccination schedule needed?

Too few women oncology investigators; is a rigid HPV vaccination schedule needed?