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Girls fear cervical cancer vaccination

Some girls are missing out on the vaccination that helps protect against cervical cancer because of fears related to the vaccination process, a study by researchers at the University of Sydney and the Children’s Hospital at Westmead has found. The girls’ fear and anxiety was related to a lack of understanding about what the Gardasil vaccine was, how it was administered, its risks and benefits, the researchers found.

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