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Means of Attitude toward HPV Vaccination by Political Ideology (Control) 

Means of Attitude toward HPV Vaccination by Political Ideology (Control) 

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Persistent public resistance to an apparently safe, effective and life-saving public health practice such as HPV vaccination illustrates a significant issue in the communication of behavioral recommendations based on evidence-based scientific data and consensus views of scientific and medical experts. This study examines the influence of source exp...

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... The pattern of attitude toward HPV vaccination by political ideology in this control condition is illustrated in Figure 2, ...

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