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HPV: Not Too Late


So, HPV (Human Papillomavirus)…It’s sexually transmitted, through all types of sex, it increases your risk of a whole bunch of HPV-related cancers, and it makes it more likely that you’ll contract genital warts…and overall, it’s just another thing to worry about.

But guess what…you can prevent a lot of this stuff with a vaccine! The HPV vaccine works for young adults of any gender. And even if you didn’t get the HPV vaccine as a teen, there’s good news…it’s not too late! Want to know more?

Take a look at our video, available in English and Spanish, to answer all your questions about the HPV vaccine. We’ve also got an infographic (best viewed on a mobile device) that breaks it all down, by the numbers.

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Contributing Staff

Video available in English and Spanish.