Baltimore Sun Examines Merck HPV Vaccine.

Merck in October 2005 announced that Gardasil in clinical trials was 100 percent effective about 70 percent of cervical cancer cases in preventing infection with HPV strains 16 and 18, which together cause. The company announced in February that the FDA had granted priority review for Gardasil and has said it expects the FDA on the application by June 8 act. With conservative opposition softening, scientists say[ the] vaccine. Appears headed toward government approval for girls aged nine, said the Sun. Many social conservative groups first concerns J against HPV youth youth sexual promiscuity, but some conservative groups, including some on the Christian right, now are expressing their support for the vaccine approval, reports the Sun. Gene Rudd – an ob-gyn and associate director of of the Christian Medical and Dental Associations, which advocates abstinence until marriage and argues that condom promotion endorses sexual activity – said he supports the FDA approval of the vaccine, adding: Where there are illnesses, the only reasonable way is to protect individuals and society to be vaccinated (Baltimore Sun..

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