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HPV Vaccine Coverage Maps – Infographic

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HPV vaccination is the best way to prevent many types of cancer.

Nationwide, 6 out of 10 girls have started the HPV vaccine series.

[Image of United States map with states colored to indicate percentage of adolescent girls who have received one or more doses of HPV vaccine.* National coverage is 63%. Coverage by state is indicated with coloring: 15 states have coverage of 59% or less; 12 states have coverage of 60% to 64%; 15 states have coverage of 65% to 69%; and 8 states have coverage of 70% or greater.]

Nationwide, 5 out of 10 boys have started the HPV vaccine series.

[Image of United States map with states colored to indicate percentage of adolescent boys who have received one or more doses of HPV vaccine.* National coverage is 50%. Coverage by state is indicated with coloring: 8 states have coverage of 39% or less; 18 states have coverage of 40% to 49%; 14 states have coverage of 50% to 59%; and 10 states have coverage of 60% or greater.]

Improving HPV vaccination rates will help save lives. A high national Tdap vaccination rate of 86% shows that it is possible to achieve high HPV vaccination coverage.

*Estimated coverage with greater than or equal to one dose of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine among adolescents aged 13-17 years, National Immunization Survey—Teen (NIS—Teen), United States, 2015

Source: MMWR August 26, 2016

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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