Vaccinating men against human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is controversial and continues to be studied. Several studies have shown some evidence that specific populations of men may benefit from this vaccine. However, most of this knowledge is not reaching those who may benefit. This brochure provides a basic overview of HPV, risks associated with infection, and which populations of men may benefit from receiving the vaccine.
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HPV Vaccine and Men.
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