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(KSL News) The Utah Department of Health is now offering low-cost vaccines for the human papillomavirus to eligible women.
The shots will be given to women ages 19 and 26 who do not have insurance, or who have insurance but it doesn't cover the Gardasil vaccine.
The vaccine normally costs about $400.
It protects against four types of HPV, which can lead to cervical cancer.
For more information on the vaccine, go to the link on the right.