March 4 is International HPV Awareness Day. HPV can affect anyone. All races, nationalities, ages, genders. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re from - we are all affected by HPV directly or indirectly, and we’re all at risk of being harmed by HPV and HPV related cancers. Many people with HPV have no visible signs and may still be at risk for getting cancer. HPV is a sexually transmitted infection. Condoms do not eliminate the risk of spread of HPV. Getting tested an
CancerAware attended the World Cancer Congress organised by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), the global cancer control body. This edition took place on October 1st to 4th, 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The World Cancer Congress is the largest gathering of cancer stakeholders, advocates, researchers, public health experts e.t.c from over 150 countries.
It aims to strengthen the participants' action and impact on national, regional and international scal
Sunday the 4th of March 2018, marked the 1st annual International HPV Awareness Day, organised by the International Papillomavirus Society (IPVS). CancerAware is pleased to be an Operating Partner in Nigeria of the International Papillomavirus Society for this campaign. The global campaign tagged “Give Love, Not HPV’ is the first of its kind and aims to increase worldwide understanding of HPV and how it affects us all.
It calls on everyone to take action to protect their fa