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For Parents and Public

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HPV is a very common virus; nearly 80 million people—about one in four—are currently infected in the United States. Learn how you can protect the children in your from this cancer-causing virus.

For Healthcare Professionals

HPV You are the key

Provided on this site are ready-to-use tools and resources for your practice to successfully communicate with parents about HPV vaccination.

Know the Facts: Continuing education on the burden of HPV cancer.

Commit to the Cause: Improving HPV vaccination coverage rates.

Lead the Conversation: Successful recommendations & conversations.


For Partners and Programs

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CDC encourages partner organizations, state programs, and cancer leaders to promote adolescent vaccinations within their communities by increasing awareness about their importance.

Building a Partnership Strategy: Find information about how to collaborate on adolescent immunization communication campaigns or support your state programs.