Gardasil's use in men intensifies vaccine debate

03/27/2009 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The debate over whether cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil will cause an increase in sexual activity among teenage girls has shifted to whether the vaccine is safe and cost-effective in protecting boys against genital warts and other cancers that can be triggered by human papillomavirus. The change in discussion comes as Merck & Co. awaits FDA approval to promote the use of Gardasil in males ages 9 to 26.

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