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(From Newcastle Evening Chronicle)
TEENAGERS are being reminded they can get free cervical cancer jabs on the NHS.
The vaccination campaign is being extended to cover girls aged 13-to-17-years-old.
A spokeswoman for NHS North of Tyne, working on behalf of Newcastle Primary Care Trust (PCT), North Tyneside PCT and Northumberland Care Trust, said: "The NHS HPV vaccine campaign is about saving lives and by having the HPV vaccine young women are helping to protect themselves against cervical cancer later in life.
"This campaign began last year with 12-13yr olds and continued with 17-18yr olds. With the extra funding pledged by the Department of …