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Paper Chase #2 | HPV Vaccine Controversies

Geoffrey R. Simon, MD and Roy Benaroch, MD
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BOTTOM LINE: HPV vaccination doesn't change sexual behavior, and is not a cause of ovarian failure.

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Ann C. -

I love your comment about telling parents that HPV is a human vaccine and that it is given for future protection. I have changed my wording when talking to parents and it has been very helpful. However, I also changed how I presented vaccines to parents, as "these are the recommended vaccines do you have any questions? Okay great, my nurse will be right in." The problem was that after I left the room the parents changed their mind and then I had an expensive vaccine and not patient to give it to, so I have gone back to giving it more attention to be sure parents want it.

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