Over 14 million people will be infected with HPV this year. HPV can cause cancers that affect both men and women. Prevent HPV-related cancers by vaccinating your children (boys and girls) at ages 11-12. Talk to your child’s doctor about how you can close the door to cancer today.
NFID public service announcement (:30 animated video) developed to create awareness about the importance of adolescent vaccination
National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID): Radio PSA highlighting HPV as a cause of throat cancer in males, with a strong recommendation for vaccination to prevent HPV infection
HPV vaccine recommendations from CDC and resources to help answer questions about HPV