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Scripps Expert Discusses Importance of HPV Vaccination

Interview addresses common questions about immunizing children to prevent cancers later in life

A mom and her daughter smiling as her daughter's Pediatrician is consulting with them.

Interview addresses common questions about immunizing children to prevent cancers later in life

Scripps Clinic pediatrician Erik Hogen, MD, recently discussed the importance of parents vaccinating their children against human papillomavirus (HPV), which can trigger a wide range of cancers in women and men later in life.


Dr. Hogen, who co-chairs the Scripps vaccination committee, addressed a number of common questions asked by parents about the vaccine during the 10News TV interview.

Watch the 10News interview: HPV Vaccination for Kids

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