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HPV and Paying for prevention

The Incidental Economist has some good news on the prevalence of HPV originated cancers in New Mexico after vaccination started: From 2007 to 2014, more than 20,000 lesions were diagnosed in females age 15-29 years old. After adjusting for changes in screening over time, they found that reductions in the incidence of all neoplasias over […]
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