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Three Things Parents Should Know about Preventing Cancer
Here are three things all parents should know about preventing cancers caused by HPV infections...
HPV Cancer Prevention
Learn how vaccinating preteens and teens helps protect them against HPV-associated cancers before they’re exposed to human papillomavirus...
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HPV Vaccine is Recommended for Boys
A lot of parents know that HPV vaccine protects girls against cervical cancer. But did you know that vaccinating boys can protect them against cancer, too?
Meningococcal Disease: Help Prevent It
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Meningitis and meningococcal disease are serious, vaccine-preventable infections. The meningococcal conjugate vaccine is recommended for all 11-18 year olds. Kids should get this vaccine at their 11-12 years of age and a booster dose at age 16.
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For Healthcare Professionals to Send to Patients and/or Patients' Parents
Preteen and teen vaccines are on our radar. Are they on yours?
Vaccines on your radar.
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For Healthcare Professionals to Send to Colleagues
Parents know that they can prevent... But did they know...?
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