Videos About HPV and Cancer
The list below shows selected videos about human papillomavirus (HPV) and cancer that have been posted on CDC’s YouTube channel. For more videos, see the Immunizations and Vaccines playlist.
Does the HPV Vaccine Prevent Cancer?
In this video, pediatrician Dr. Amy Levine explains to her friend over video chat how HPV vaccination has significantly reduced cancer-causing HPV infections in the U.S.
What Diseases Are Caused by HPV?
In this video, pediatrician Dr. Jose Rodriguez explains over video chat with a friend why the HPV vaccine is important for protecting against several kinds of cancer.
Why Do 11- and 12-Year-Olds Need the HPV Vaccine?
In this video, pediatrician Dr. Jose Rodriguez tells a friend why the HPV vaccine is important for his 11-year-old son. Dr. Rodriguez explains why giving HPV vaccine earlier helps protect against cancers later in life.
Do Boys Need the HPV Vaccine?
In this video, pediatrician Dr. Jose Rodriguez explains the importance of protecting boys as well as girls from HPV cancers.
Is My Child Too Young to Get the HPV Vaccine?
In this video, pediatrician Dr. Amy Levine explains why getting two doses of HPV vaccine before the 13th birthday is the best protection against HPV cancers.
HPV Vaccine Is Cancer Prevention
A cervical cancer survivor shares that her personal experience makes her dedicated to protecting her own children from HPV-related cancers.
For Health Care Providers
Talking to Parents Who Think Their Kids Don’t Need HPV Vaccine at Age 11 or 12
In this video, Dr. Margot Savoy explains how she listens to parents’ concerns and educates them about HPV vaccine and why vaccinating at ages 11 to 12 is critical.
Dr. Casler Discusses How Her Office Team Routinely Recommends HPV Vaccine
In this video, Dr. Alix Casler explains how pediatricians and staff in her practice recommend HPV vaccination.
An Interprofessional Approach to HPV and Oropharyngeal Cancer Prevention Education
In this webinar, members of the Massachusetts Oral HPV Prevention Taskforce educate the dental community with relevant, medically sound information to empower dental professionals to help their patients make informed decisions about oral health and cancer prevention.