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Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination among SecondarySchool Students in Rural Areas of Negeri Sembilan,Malaysia

  title={Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination among SecondarySchool Students in Rural Areas of Negeri Sembilan,Malaysia},
  author={Fairuz Fadhilah Mohd Jalani and Mohd Dzulkhairi Mohd Rani and Ilina Isahak and Muhammad Shamsir Mohd Aris and Nuruliza Roslan},
  journal={International journal of collaborative research on internal medicine and public health},
Introduction: Baseline information on knowledge, attitude and practice towards HPV vaccination is crucial to establish a progress track on the current HPV immunization program. Aims: This study was designed to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice towards human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, cervical cancer and HPV vaccination practice among secondary school students in rural areas of Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. Methods: A cross sectional study was conducted in several schools in rural… 

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