Two Chicago-area sports journalists gathered the tweets directed at them and asked men to read them to their faces. The result went viral.
The strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) most common in African-American women are not targeted by the currently-available HPV vaccines.
A new study, funded by the National Cancer Institute, found that two subtypes of HPV used in current vaccines are half as likely to be found in African-American women than in white women.
The senior author of the study, Duke University professor Dr. Cathrine Hoyo, joins Here & Now’s Robin Young with details.