Human papilloma virus (HPV): obtaining optimal population wide control
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Professor Margaret Stanley discusses vaccination and immunisation, and their problems in dealing with gender and sexually diverse populations. She cites evidence to argue that gender neutral herd immunisation is the safest option to protect against HPV infection and the associated neoplasia risk.
This lecture was filmed at the "controversies in obstetrics and gynaecology" event at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of Lecture: 24th Feburary 2017
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