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HPV vaccine to be offered to Kent boys

For the first time, all year 8 boys in Kent are going to be offered the HPV vaccine to help protect them against some forms of cancer.

Girls have been given the jab since 2008 in a bid to reduce the number of cases of cervical cancer caused by the virus, and now experts say 12 and 13 year-old boys should have it too.

Also in today's episode we've been looking ahead to the Medway Youth Awards and getting an update on work to create what's thought to be the world's first triple deck stake park in Folkestone.

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