HPV Vaccine for Boys and Girls

Nov 3, 2011 | CenExel JBR, Clinical Trial, Vaccines

HPV Vaccine for Boys and Girls

Nov 3, 2011CenExel JBR, Clinical Trial, Vaccines

The controversial and unpopular human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine is now being recommended for boys and girls. A new panel recommends that not only young girls be vaccinated for HPV, but boys be vaccinated to help counter the spread of HPV. HPV is a virus that has been linked to cervical cancer. Read this article in the Washington Post about the recommendations.

JBR Clinical Research is currently conducting clinical research study of an investigational vaccine to prevent bacterial meningitis and HPV infection for healthy children ages 11-16 years old.
Participants that are selected for the study will receive a no cost vaccination, health care related to the study, and compensation for time and travel. Visit our website if you are interested in participating.

JeanBrownResearch.com is a Salt Lake City based clinical trial research organization, specializing in pain management and diabetic studies, among other types of clinical trials. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.