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  • Learn about your risk of HPV, the human papillomavirus, a common sexually transmitted infection that can lead to genital warts, cervical cancer, and other health problems.

  • Understand the risks to your health posed by the HPV infection, including cervical cancer, genital warts, abnormal cervical cells, as well as cancers of the vulva and vagina.

  • If you are or have been sexually active, an annual Pap test can help to detect abnormal cervical cells that could develop into cervical cancer.

  • Find out how you can protect yourself from HPV, genital warts, and an increased risk of cervical cancer.

  • HPV is a common sexually transmitted infection, but many questions remain, like can it be cured and which types of HPV can be prevented through vaccination.

  • Know the key talking points for having a conversation with your doctor about HPV and sexually transmitted infections, as well as how to broach the subject with your partners and friends.

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