Should new childhood vaccinations include HPV vaccination (even if not received as a child)?
We know that post transplant there comes the time when patients need to have their childhood vaccinations again. For some younger patients they will have received the HPV vaccination when a teenager. I have two questions directed to the medical staff: firstly, do those patients who had received the HPV vaccination as a child receive those vaccines again, and, secondly, do/should all patients be offered the HPV vaccination (given a (extended) period of suppressed immunity)? Thanks