Thursday on DelmarvaLife, Pediatric Hospitalist, Dr. Katherine Layton, with Peninsula Regional Medical Center, told us more about the vaccine that can help prevent HPV from spreading. PRMC says, “The HPV vaccine protects against infection by certain strains of HPV.” Dr. Layton says the recommendation is for young people to begin receiving the HPV vaccine at 12 years of age.
About Annie Hearn
Annie has been with WBOC since March 2008. Prior to her time at the television station, Annie spent 4 ½ years at 1450 WILM Newsradio in New Castle, DE as a general assignment reporter, legislative correspondent, and morning co-anchor. She was also an Adjunct instructor at Wilmington University. Annie has a Bachelor's degree from University of Delaware. She majored in English with a concentration in Journalism. Annie won a national Edward R. Murrow award in 2006. Check out all stories by Annie.
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