The Latest On The U.K. Parliament’s approval of Brexit article The latest on the Senate confirmation of Rep. Mike Pompeo as CIA director article The top Republican in the House of Representatives has called for a review of the HPV vaccine.
And President Donald Trump is considering a review that could include testing the vaccine on pregnant women.
But the CDC says the vaccine is safe and effective and should not be used during pregnancy.
And the U,S.
and Europe are in agreement on that, the agency’s deputy director for science, David Gorski, told the AP.
It’s been more than a year since the agency first recommended that the vaccine be used to protect against cervical cancer.
At that time, it recommended that women of childbearing age receive two doses, with the second dose for people over 65.
The vaccine is currently available in the United States and most other countries.
But in May 2017, the CDC found that there was insufficient evidence of a connection between the two doses of the vaccine and a higher risk of cervical cancer in women.
The report found that the risk of developing cervical cancer was not higher in women who received the second doses than in women receiving the first dose.
The agency said the vaccine’s effectiveness was also not strong enough to recommend it be used for pregnant women or older women.
In a statement, the U of A School of Medicine said it is working with the U., the FDA and other stakeholders to develop a vaccine review that is “based on the scientific evidence.”