Date: May 1, 2019
This short video animation (1:48) provides parents with an overview of the HPV vaccine.
Over 30,000 men and women are diagnosed with HPV-related cancers each year. The good news is that the HPV vaccine prevents the strains of HPV that are responsible for 90% of genital warts, and many other types of cancer. And what’s more, years of testing show that the HPV vaccine is very safe, and it’s available for people of all genders.
If you vaccinate your son or daughter by the age of 12, you’ll make sure they are protected before they get exposed to HPV. The sooner, the better, and you can have peace of mind.
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