Cervical Health Awareness Resources from the NY Vaccine Literacy Campaign About the HPV Vaccine

HPV, or human papillomavirus, is a common virus that can cause cancers later in life. Children can be protected from these cancers with the HPV vaccine at age 11–12 years and even as early as age 9. The HPV vaccine is safe, long-lasting, and effective at preventing the infections that can lead to cancer.

You can use the My Vaccine Record tool to check if you and your family are up to date with the HPV vaccine and other vaccines.

Resources for parents, caregivers and community health workers: 

Webinar recordings:

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