In 2006 the FDA approved the HPV vaccine which is supposed to prevent most cervical cancers, cancers of the vagina, and genital warts.
Some parents thought that their children were too young to be vaccinated and still the controversy lives on.
Parents worry that since HPV is a sexually transmitted disease, being vaccinated will encourage these children to engage in sexual activities.
The Truth About The HPV Vaccine
Clinical trials that have been reported suggest that the vaccine has been 100 percent effective and extremely safe.
The HPV vaccine must be given in three doses in order to be fully effective.
Why Are Parents Concerned About Their Child Receiving The HPV Vaccine
According to experts studies have shown that there has been no increase of sexual activity at an early age.
Despite what the experts say, parents still object to the HPV vaccine because they do not want to have the “sex” talk at age 9 or 10 when their children are getting vaccinated.
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