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Findings indicated that not only vaccinating boys before exposure to HPV, but also vaccinating previously infected men, could help reduce the prevalence of the virus

Study finds that genital HPV infection does not induce protection against reinfection, highlighting that vaccinating previously infected men could help reduce HPV prevalence

Source  Cavallini James / BSIP / Science Photo Library