Compact Research: Diseases & Disorders: HPV Reviews

HPV: ISBN 978-1-60152-690-8 / ebook: 978-1-60152-691-5
Voya, August 1, 2015

A frank survey of medical statistics concerning HPV and the HPV vaccine, Parks’s summation incorporates charts, photos, sidebars, research chronology, and primary sources to valorize the need for immunization. The fact-filled text covers the risks from cervical cancer as well as other types of sexually transmitted diseases, particularly the human immunodeficiency virus.  Primary and secondary indexing leads the reader to specifics of population protection, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Cervical Cancer Coalition.  To assess arguments against universal inoculation, the author incorporates a fair appraisal of objections to immunization.