Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

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January 24–28 is HPV Prevention Week

Visit our partner’s webpage Us vs HPVexternal icon to learn more about progress we made to prevent HPV infections and disease cause by HPV.

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HPV is a common virus that can lead to certain types of cancer later in life. Getting your 11-12 year-old child two doses of the HPV vaccine can prevent these cancers.

Learn more about HPV vaccine for your child

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HPV vaccination is very safe and effective in protecting against HPV and the cancers it causes.

Learn more about HPV vaccine safety

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HPV infections can cause certain cancers in men and women. Learn more about cancers caused by HPV.

Learn more about HPV cancers

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Find tips and resources for your practice to successfully communicate with parents about HPV vaccination.

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Find tools and resources to assist with your HPV vaccination efforts.

Resources for partners and programs