• Two types of HPV cause approximately 90% of cases of genital warts. Learn more about this sexually transmitted infection that can cause embarrassment and low self-esteem.

  • Fidelity doesn't stop the spread of HPV.

  • Liz Ellwood, a 25-year-old cervical cancer survivor, shares the story of her battle with the disease. Learn from Liz's fight and get informed about the link between HPV and cervical cancer.

  • It seems like there's a lot of information around these days about HPV (human papillomavirus), but sometimes it's hard to tell the facts from the myths. How much do you know about HPV, Pap tests, and all the ways to protect yourself from HPV?

  • There are 2 vaccines available to help protect against certain types of the human papillomavirus (HPV). They have been approved for use in Canada, the US, and many other countries. HPV vaccination is available for girls and young women at least 9 years of age. One of the vaccines can be used for boys and young men aged 9 to 26 years.

  • Visiting the doctor is an excellent way to learn more about preventing HPV infection and the problems it can cause, such as cervical cancer and genital warts. Learn how to get the most out of a doctor's visit.

  • Do you know the single most important reason to get a Pap?

  • Get the most important facts about HPV vaccination.

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