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Media Advisory 10-001
New Findings Shed Light on Who's Afraid of HPV

Study results to be presented in major peer-reviewed journal on Jan. 13; NSF sponsors embargoed webcast news briefing for journalists on Jan. 12

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Photo of a woman inserting a hypodermic needle into a vial.

New research reveals people's views regarding one of the most hotly debated health care proposals in recent years: vaccinating elementary-school girls, ages 12-14, against human papillomavirus (HPV).

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