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The Contagion® HPV specialty page provides HPV-specific clinical news and articles, coverage from conferences and meetings, links to condition-specific resources, and videos and other content.

HPV NEWS - Page 1

HPV Vaccination Does Not Increase Risk of Syndromes with Autonomic Dysfunction
A new Danish study found no evidence of a causal association between the quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccination and syndromes with autonomic dysfunction.
School STI Services Raise Complications of HIPAA Confidentiality
Clinicians accustomed to HIPAA guidelines may not be aware of changes in confidentiality when they make contact with school health care services.
Interviews Show Mixed HPV Knowledge Among Young MSM
A new study has identified that misinformation and limited clinician communication around HPV risk among young men who have sex with men some of the barriers to HPV vaccination.
Is 1 Dose Enough for HPV Vaccination?
A new retrospective study provides more evidence that a single HPV vaccine dose may be effective in preventing cervical cancer.
 
High Costs, Low Health Benefits Predicted for Extending HPV Vaccine
Vaccinating adults ages 27-45 years against human papillomavirus (HPV) was projected to have low public health benefits and high costs, according to a new report.
Home-Based Cervical Cancer Screening Kits Show Promise
Although screening and follow-up rates were lower than expected in this trial, the option of testing for HPV at home may prove to be a game-changer. 
Lower Prevalence of Oral HPV Among Vaccinated Female Adolescents
A study of female adolescents at a health clinic in New York City has found the presence of HPV in the oral cavity is not uncommon, but the results also offer support for vaccination.
Study Demonstrates Long-Term Immunogenicity of 2-Dose HPV Vaccination Schedule
Long-term immunogenicity of a 2-dose schedule of the quadrivalent HPV vaccination was demonstrated in a new study in Canada that followed up on an earlier clinical trial.