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Do Women Need Human Papillomavirus/HPV Screening After Receiving The HPV Vaccine? - Dr. Jones (VIDEO)

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Dr. Jones explains if a woman still needs to be screened for Human Papillomavirus/HPV after she has received the HPV vaccine.

Dr. Jones:
Yes, absolutely. If you have been vaccinated you still need to go every year and get an annual exam because there’s a potential that you can pick up a strand of HPV that is not in the vaccine. The vaccine only covers the biggest, most scariest forms of HPV.

About Dr. Jones, N.D.:
Dr. Carrie Jones is a Naturopathic Physician with a focus on women’s health and hormones. She has a private practice outside of Portland, Oregon and is an adjunct professor at The National College of Natural Medicine.

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