HPV vaccine consent case in New York – a review

HPV vaccine consent case

On March 3, 2017, a complaint was filed with a federal court in New York attacking a rule that allows children to consent to HPV vaccines if they were exposed to a sexually transmitted disease. The complaint is competently written, but its arguments are unconvincing legally and deeply flawed factually. It may proceed past summary judgment, since the court is required to assume the factual premises in it are correct; but it should ultimately fail. This article will review the HPV vaccine consent case, as it stands. Continue reading “HPV vaccine consent case in New York – a review”