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1. According to me, Governor Perry has done the right decision regarding mandating that all girls in the Texas public school system should recieve HPV vaccination but was too early . Its an precaution to Cervical Cancer. The age of the girls must have been mentioned to avoid the confusion among the public because for them it is a disease which is caused by initiate contact so, it was impossible for them to vaccinate their small girls and it has to be mentioned that girls from 9ears of age can take vaccine any time till 26years.
The announcement is made early on the basis of the safety assessment of vaccine because it was not administered on any one and researchers were unaware of the side effects it could cause.
2. The cost of the vaccine should be borne by the state (government) as it is a public health program for the prevention of cervical cancer. People won't have money to afford it as it is costly and so it should be provided by government to prevent failure of the immunization program.
3. No, Governor Perry's decision wasn't solely from his concern for the health of his constituents . It was again a political play to gain the votes of the public and to become famous by initiating this health awareness . Secondly, it was done on behalf of money by getting the vaccine sold at a higher number in the name of health awareness program on HPV vaccination among girls in the school.
4. No ,its unethical for the company that manufactures this vaccine to lobby for its mandatory use in public school because first of all the vaccine was recently approved , it was not administered on any one and aslo researchers were not aware of the longevity of vaccine and its side effects it could cause . Secondly they were not selling it free of cost if it was genuinely a health initiative . It was just a money making programs by introducing a vaccine which was not used on anyone and was just recently approved.
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