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It is the most common sexually transmitted infection, yet somehow, it has largely escaped public awareness.
If parents are reluctant to give consent for their daughters to receive the HPV vaccine, they are likely unaware that half of sexually active men and women contract HPV at some point in their lives.
Gardiner explained that the public was not even informed about the mandate, except in an announcement on the health department's website, “which is not a place of regular checking for any average citizen.” Most citizens found out about it either from threatening letters sent by schools, or from recent media reports surrounding the growing statewide movement to quash the mandate. “This vaccine strikes people in different ways,” Gardiner continued.
“Many are upset that this is a sexually transmitted disease and the Department of Health is mandating it.
Leading the public outcry against the mandate is the recently formed grassroots group Rhode Islanders Against Mandated HPV Vaccinations.
In a statement to , Aimee Gardiner, co-leader of the organization, said the goal was to protect parental and civil rights.
It took until 2010 for the CDC to give the OK for 11-to 12-year-old boys to start receiving the vaccine as well. C., and the varicella vaccine was required in 38 states and D. While the HPV vaccine has been successful in cutting down the rate of infection, it hasn’t been easy to get Americans on board to vaccinate their pre-teens.
According to CDC data, less than half of girls and even fewer boys had completed the three dose series of shots in 2013.
The CDC recommends that all children be vaccinated against the virus at 11 or 12 years old, when the vaccine produces a higher immune response than in later years, and before the youths start having sex.HPV infections are responsible for about 27,000 new cancer diagnoses each year in the United States.