NEJM, JAMA Editorials Give Opposing Opinions Of Mandatory HPV Vaccination
Two of the leading medical journals are offering opposing viewpoints on mandatory human papilloma virus vaccination, with experts contributing perspective pieces that directly reflect the larger political and social division over the issue
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