"We call on the Romanian Government to prioritize the health of girls and future mothers and to allocate funds to the budget rectification to fund the anti-HPV vaccination program, the only effective way to prevent cervical cancer and HPV-associated disease. (…) Out of the 28 EU Member States, only Romania does not provide funding for anti-HPV vaccination in the National Vaccination Programs, "the letter signed by the seven organizations said.
Cervical cancer is a health problem that can no longer be postponed, stresses representatives of civil society, stating that women aged between 15 and 44 are affected
In Romania, vaccination against HPV-related diseases is found in the National Program of Immunization, and last year the Ministry of Health started collecting requests from parents. On the other hand, the quoted source states that this action was left only on paper