The HPV vaccine, which can prevent four types of cervical cancer in women, has caused heated debates in several states due to its price, questions about long-term efficacy, but mostly by fundamentalist parents concerned that providing a cancer cure to their children is bested by a need to promote an ineffective and heavily debunked abstinence message. But not New Hampshire, where the shot is voluntary and provided free by the state to girls aged 11-18. They can’t keep up with demand, says the _New York Times_. Hooray. Now go get some more!