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It was during this first conversation that Erica realized how much stigma her HPV status had.
Erica was 22 when her doctor called her and said she had an abnormal pap smear.
Erica was especially concerned because she had received the available HPV vaccine.
Erica is the foil to the unstable, decaying Beth—a kind, virtuous, smooth-skinned girl next door.Anna Kendrick: Queen Bee of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival|Marlow Stern|January 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Francis was reportedly worried that Carey might injure their baby daughter, Erica.In Months Before Wild Capitol Scene, Miriam Carey Battled Psychosis|Michael Daly|October 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"It would be a great indulgence to stop eating," said Erica, sighing over the soup yet to be swallowed.
"The 'we' refers only to you and Erica," said Aunt Jean, who had joined them.
"No, thank you," said Erica, recoiling a little from the very odoriferous contents of the pipkin.
The effect of being separated from her own people was, very naturally, to make Erica a more devoted secularist.
Leslie, with an outward smile and an inward sigh, turned to take leave of Erica.