How to Talk to Your Healthcare Provider About Getting the HPV Vaccine as an Adult
The HPV vaccine is ideally given to boys and girls at age 11 or 12, but it’s approved for adults up to age 45. If you haven’t had it, here’s how you can talk to your HCP about whether you should get it.
Planned Parenthood me salvó de cáncer cervical
Cuando descubrí que tenía células precancerosas en mi cuello uterino, esta organización sin fines de lucro me proporcionó atención médica de primera sin costo
Vacuna del VPH: Lo que puede que no hayas hecho durante la pandemia
Si no recibiste la vacuna del VPH por la pandemia, no te preocupes. No tienes que empezar de cero.
Planned Parenthood Saved Me From Cervical Cancer
When I found out I had precancerous cells in my cervix, the nonprofit provided me top-notch medical care at no cost
Etapas y tratamientos del cáncer cervical
Obtén información relacionada con las etapas y tratamientos del cáncer cervical
Cervical Cancer Stages and Treatments
Learn the facts about cervical cancer stages and treatments
HPV Vaccine: What You Might Have Missed During the Pandemic
If you missed your HPV vaccine because of the pandemic, don’t worry. You don’t have to start over.
I Could Have Stopped Cervical Cancer With a Routine Test
As a new mom at 46, I let life get in the way of my personal health
How a Cervical Cancer Diagnosis in My 20s Taught Me How to Live
Regular screening is key to catching cases early
My Close Friend’s Cancer Diagnosis Helped Save My Life
After losing my close friend to cancer that was diagnosed too late, I knew I had to advocate for myself
HPV, Cervical Cancer and Cervical Cancer Screening: What Do You Need to Know?
Cervical cancer is highly preventable. The answers to these common questions could help save your life.
Cervical Cancer Screening Is Essential, but Access to Good Treatment Can Be the Difference Between Life and Death
We've made some progress, but health disparities still exist in cervical cancer
Cervical Cancer Screening Can Save Your Life
Don't let costs stop you from getting screened
Understanding Your HPV Type and the Risks That Go With It
Testing for HPV types can help you understand your risk of disease
Removing Barriers to Cervical Cancer Screening for the LGBTQ Community
Misinformation, bias and lack of access to health care can put LGBTQ people with cervixes at greater risk of developing cancer
Conversation Tips for Talking With a Patient About HPV
Screening, vaccination and conversation are crucial to preventing HPV and cervical cancer
It’s Baaaack: An Old HPV Infection Can Become Active Again as You Get Older
Think you don't need cervical cancer screenings as you age? Think again.
The Importance of Cervical Cancer Screening During COVID-19 and Beyond
Screenings like the Pap and HPV tests can prevent cervical cancer — but only if people get them
Fast Facts: Here’s What You Need to Know About Cervical Cancer and HPV
Screenings and vaccines are essential to lowering your risk
Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Cervical Cancer Prevention
Cervical cancer is mostly preventable. What steps can you take to lower your risk?
My Life-Changing Cervical Cancer Diagnosis Inspired Me to Become an Advocate for Women’s Health
An unexpected diagnosis led me to a whole new perspective
Poniéndole fin al estigma alrededor de los cánceres producidos por el VPH
El VPH produce cánceres de cabeza y cuello, entre otros. ¿Qué podemos hacer para terminar con el estigma en torno a estas enfermedades?
Unlike breast cancer, cervical cancer may not be a female disease you hear about every day. However, both cervical cancer and the virus that causes most cases of cervical cancer—HPV—are prevalent and worth every woman's attention. READ MORE