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Tara S. Gibbs January 28, 2008 English 102 Marc Napolitano Abstract Numerous scientists and researchers agree that the relatively new Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is an effective way to prevent cervical cancer in women. Nationwide vaccinations could protect thousands of women from getting cervical cancer. Conflicts, however, emerge when United States legislators stress mandating the vaccine for secondary school-age girls. A large number of parents do not support a vaccine that assumes their children
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Unformatted text preview: have sexual interactions at such a young age. Research has been collected from scientific journals, science magazines, and newspapers to examine how the abundant benefits of the vaccine outweigh the social issues. Opponents of the state laws clearly have not considered the possible advantages. If more young girls get an early HPV vaccine, the risk of contracting cervical cancer can be diminished greatly....
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