Campaign aims to boost cervical cancer awareness
The Jakarta Post
Unsatisfied by its 92 percent human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination rate for elementary school students, the city administration is intensifying its campaign to boost public awareness about the menace of cervical cancer.
Since the Jakarta Health Agency began the immunization program, 66,000 of the 70,000 targeted students have been vaccinated, official figures show. The information campai...
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