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HPV Vaccine?

I've been waiting for this vaccine to come out since I've heard about it about 2 years ago from my old Human Bio text book.

This vaccine is now available, but I do need more information, my primary care provider may not have this vaccine, yet, and I would like to be vaccinated ASAP.

My question is I need a page of information about the possible side effects, as well as who the vaccine is recommended for, etc. No offense but if you do not provide a source, DONT ANSWER THE QUESTION.

I was unable to find infromation on Webmd.com as well as my health care providers website.

I found a few links about this vaccine. I read in the Boston Globe (the boston.com link below is the article online, which I think you can only view today) this morning that the vaccine will not be available until the end of June. However, and I hate to burst your bubble, it is approved only for women between the ages of 9 and 26, so as a man I think you are plumb out of luck. The science daily link below talks about some studies being done on men, but the vaccine as it is is only approved for women. Most commercial web pages probably don't have info yet because you can't really get it yet. In a few weeks I'm sure it will be up. Source(s): http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials/res...
HPV- oncce you have it, you can;t get rid of it.
Well if you go on google.com and search it shows some information about it.I hope it helps you
OK~I have read carefully through out what you had asked for and I think this will help, I had just looked up HPV~VACCINE, first page you come to should be about four down (I think) if you click on it they will have NBC news broadcast for yesterday morning (6-8-06) They had done an interview with a doctor talking of the vaccine, it was approved yesterday by the FDA, they are finishing other studies for this month, and are testing on MEN, they are hoping to have the vaccination out by Aug of this year!! They believe it will work for both men and women, as long as you have not been infected!! Remember not all STD's have symptoms, every body is different and will react different to each infection, so you could have no signs or symptoms for years, then have one out of the blue, or never have one, so unless you are steady by seeing your doctor, nothing is 100%~you may never even know!! Good Luck to you and I hope you find the information you are looking for!!!! :) PS~they have been studing this vaccination since 1999~
The HPV vaccine will currently only be available for females. HPV is the virus that causes cervical cancer. Since you don't have a cervix I think you'll be ok not getting it. I think you are thinking of the hepatitis vaccines which have been available for years now.
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