Indiana parents are learning about a new vaccine that could prevent cancer. Schools are sending out fact sheets to parents of every sixth grade girl in the area. Its information on the Human Papilloma Virus and the vaccine that could prevent it. Research shows with this vaccine the earlier the better usually ages 11 to 12. H-P-V is known to lead to cervical cancer but because it is a sexually transmitted disease some parents feel any decision to get their child vaccinated is a personal one. But Elizabeth Forche is the mother of an eighth grader and says she looks at it from a health perspective. She says her daughter had the first of three shots of gardisil this summer. The EVSC says there are 800 sixth grade girls in the district. And so far - there have been no complaint calls from parents.