The CDC has now updated their guidelines for the HPV vaccine for children between 10 and 11 years old. Instead of three vaccinations, now adolescents at that age should receive just two doses, at least six months apart.
The CDC has made this recommendation based on the latest research on the efficacy of the HPV vaccine. They monitor vaccinations year round to make sure to maximize immunity against serious diseases.
See more about the CDC’s new recommendations and research here.