NY bill wound mandate HPV vaccine before children can attend school

10.15.19 | Bob Price

New York state Senator Brad Hoylman says the shot protects kids from cancer caused by the human papillomavirus.

But the human papillomavirus can only be contracted through sexual activity.

Rochester mom Laura Greenaway has two girls who would be impacted if Hoylman's legislation were to ever become law.  She says the relatively new vaccine has "alarming side effects."

Holyman's bill requires all girls 11-years-old and up get the HPV vaccine.
He is the same lawmaker who pushed to have the religious exemption removed from the New York vaccine law.