Pharmaceutical company ends lobbying for cervical-cancer vaccine

Facing mounting backlash and criticism among parents, physicians, and consumer advocates, Merck & Co. said it would stop lobbying states to pass laws requiring that preteen girls be vaccinated against cervical cancer. The pharmaceutical company’s aggressive lobbying campaign was intended to boost sales of its Gardasil vaccine, which was recently approved by the FDA.

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