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Teen vaccination rates against sexually transmitted virus lag

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About half of the Washington area's teenagers are vaccinated against a sexually transmitted virus linked to numerous cancers, lagging behind vaccination rates for other diseases despite the efforts of local and national health officials over the last decade. In Maryland, 45.7 percent of females between the ages of 13 and 17 had at least one of the three recommended human papillomavirus shots in...

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