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Teens are trying to do the right thing by getting services,” Diaz says.
“State Laws and Policies Across the United States,” SIECUS, 2017, Accessed December 2017.For example, parents could give consent for the 3-vaccine series for HPV when the first one is administered, or parents could be contacted via text messaging while the teen is at the clinic. D., director of the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center, says that in her opinion any adolescent, regardless of age, who is receiving confidential healthcare services, should be allowed to give minor consent for all vaccines, but particularly for the vaccines to prevent HPV and hepatitis B, which are sexually transmitted.“By 9th grade, 33 percent of kids are having vaginal intercourse, and by 12th grade its 63 percent,” Diaz says.“Parental Involvement in Minors’ Abortions,” State Laws and Policies, Guttmacher Institute, December 2017, https:// Accessed December 2017.“Refusing to Provide Health Services,” State Laws and Policies, Guttmacher Institute, December 2017, https:// Accessed December 2017.While the information provided in this news story is from the latest peer-reviewed research, it is not intended to provide medical advice or treatment recommendations.For medical questions or concerns, please consult a health care provider.Older teens may be asked by working parents to attend appointments alone or teens may seek confidential services related to sexual behavior, say the researchers.In addition, most of the health care professionals surveyed supported giving minors the ability to self-consent at age 14.State Profiles Fiscal Year 2017, Oklahoma,” SIECUS, 2017, Accessed December 2017. https://gov/report/state-laws Accessed December 2017. “Family Planning,” Oklahoma State Department of Health, 2017, https://gov/health Accessed December 2017.“State Laws, Oklahoma,” Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U. “The Laws in Your State: Oklahoma,” RAINN, December 2016, https:// Accessed December 2017.