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Human papillomavirus

Implementing new consent procedures for schools-based human papillomavirus vaccination: a qualitative study

‘The new procedures allowed all eligible young women to attend, irrespective of whether they had returned a parental consent form.’ .

HPV immunisation: A review of parent and stakeholder attitudes on school-based programmes

‘Health-care providers, school staff members, public health officials, and the media have a crucial role in educating stakeholders about the importance of adhering to the vaccine schedule to reduce...

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