More than 44,000 men and women get HPV-related cancers in the US each year. Today, these are all cancers that can be prevented through vaccination. The myths and misconceptions have obscured the importance of the vaccine for cancer prevention—for both males and females.
Infographic highlighting steps to make HPV vaccination routine
Which adults need HPV vaccine?
A mother of two learns she has pre-cancerous dysplasia caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), which, if not treated, could lead to cervical cancer
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