Know When to Discuss HPV Vaccination With Adults Over Age 26

You'll hear debate about whether women over 26 should get vaccinated to prevent human papillomavirus (HPV).

Gardasil 9 and Cervarix are approved for women up to age 45...but they're more commonly promoted for ages 9 to 26.

Experts advise "shared clinical decision-making" for HPV vaccination in patients ages 27 to 45. Evidence suggests only limited benefit for these patients...but vaccine risks are low.

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