“So that’s not going to happen this year, it looks like. I think as far as legislation goes, no, as far as education and activity, yes. I mean if anything that’s the bottom line that has been. We’re very proud of the inroads we’ve made in educating some of my colleagues and the public on this and we will be continuing to do so,” Garcia explained.
HPV causes cancer and genital warts. A childhood vaccine could save lives, and making it mandatory is the best way to eliminate the virus and ultimately the diseases it causes. Alas, Kansan girls will have to deal with cervical cancer all on their own.