CDC's new online video series has pediatricians fielding questions about HPV vaccine
Sometimes one trip to your pediatrician's office just isn't enough to get all your pressing questions answered.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's new online video series may be just what you're looking for.
The video series is called "Can I ask you a question?" and features two real-life pediatricians acting out various scenarios in which they field questions about the HPV vaccine.
In one video, a pediatrician explains to her neighbor that the vaccine is given to children before they are ever esposed, in order to protect them against cancer.
In another video another pediatrician responds via text to a friend about protecting boys from developing cancers that they may be at risk of due to HPV.
The videos can also be found on YouTube.