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Parents 'generally positive' about HPV vaccines for students: HPB | Video

It has been 25 days since the government rolled out free Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination, and already 2,700 Secondary 1 female students have received protection against the virus that causes cervical cancer. The response from parents has been generally positive, said the Health Promotion Board. Cheryl Goh visits one of the schools where the vaccine has been administered to find out more.

Parents 'generally positive' about HPV vaccines for students: HPB | Video

25 Apr 2019 10:52pm
It has been 25 days since the government rolled out free Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination, and already 2,700 Secondary 1 female students have received protection against the virus that causes cervical cancer. The response from parents has been generally positive, said the Health Promotion Board. Cheryl Goh visits one of the schools where the vaccine has been administered to find out more.

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