According to a newly released study, adolescents who receive HPV vaccinations do not have an increased risk of premature menopause.

Researchers at Kaiser Permanente studied the safety of the human papillomavirus vaccination in regards to primary ovarian insufficiency. The findings, UPI says, were published in the August issue of the journal Pediatrics.

Permanente estimated that 65 percent of 13-17-year-old girls received at least one HPV vaccination and less than half were up to date with the series.

https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2018/08/21/Study-HPV-vaccination-doesnt-...

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