Vaccine To Prevent Cervical Cancer Expanded As Colorado Rates Increase
According to the University of Colorado, rates of cervical cancer are increasing at a faster rate than than any other cancer. Now, a vaccine developed to prevent that type of cancer is being expanded to a larger age group.

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