CDC finds cervical cancer vaccination rates vary widely

09/18/2009 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The CDC said U.S. data show vaccination rates for cervical cancer vary dramatically among states, but overall, one in three teen girls have received the shots. Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Massachusetts had the highest vaccination rates, while Mississippi, Georgia and South Carolina had the lowest rates.

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