HPV Provider On-Demand Video Series Launched

The American Cancer Society, the National HPV Roundtable, and the Indiana Immunization Coalition launched a new HPV Provider Video Series which features on-demand sessions with expert insight, the latest information and vaccination guidelines for HPV, and strategies to implement in order to increase vaccination rates. Users must register for the series, but will have access to all sessions with registration.

Click here to register for the sessions.

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