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The Guardian

Human papillomavirus (HPV) prevalence is down 64% since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended a vaccination for the sexually transmitted infection a decade ago, according to a study released on Monday.

Bloomberg

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Jason Lupatkin said the thousands of hours he’s spent rowing in sculls, including as a former captain of the Stanford University crew team, haven’t prepared him for his latest boating adventure. The 24-year-old Thiel Macro LLC commodities trader is part of a group of nine men — mostly financial professionals — who are rowing the 200 miles(320 kilometers)… read more

City AM

While some like to spend their holidays on a beach, cocktail in hand, London’s traders and analysts clearly like adventure. So it is that teams from Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Moore Capital are set to row across the Med next month. Saddle sores, aches, bruises and blisters in unfortunate places await them, as they… read more

Go Stanford

Go Stanford

STANFORD, Calif. – Former Stanford men’s rowing captains Jason Lupatkin ’13 and Oivind Lorentzen ’13 have been training for the NOMAN – Row to end HPV race. Starting on July 13, the two former Cardinal rowers will be in a boat of four for a three-day race covering approximately 200 miles on the Mediterranean from… read more