The need to develop health campaigns for obtaining the HPV vaccine in rural and medically-underserved college campuses

Rebecca K. Britt and Brian C. Britt, 2016. The need to develop health campaigns for obtaining the HPV vaccine in rural and medically-underserved college campuses. Education and Health 34(3), 74-78. PDF

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