The CDC is recommending that young men and boys -- as young as 9 -- routinely receive the Gardisal vaccine to protect against HPV, the virus that causes cervical cancer in women. Many people see mandatory or routine immunization against HPV as a license for young people to be sexually active. They also claim it undercuts the message of abstinence. Do you think young boys -- and girls -- should routinely be vaccinated against HPV?

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