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March 4: International HPV Awareness Day


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 and vaccinated are the two best ways to protect from HPV related cancers.

The are 150+ HPV types. Most have no visual signs, some cause genital warts. The most deadly HPV types cause several different cancers, including cancer of the cervix, anus, oropharynx, penis, vulva and vagina.

Through awareness, education, vaccination and screening we can all take action to stop HPV. Together we can stop #HPV

To learn more about HPV, click HERE

To read our feature in the Guardian Newspaper click HERE

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