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Recommending HPV Vaccine Successfully
Recommending HPV Vaccine Successfully
In this CDC Expert Commentary on Medscape, Dr. Anne Schuchat addresses physicians on giving strong HPV vaccine recommendations. Dr. Schuchat walks through the new tip sheet that provides physicians with helpful responses when asked a question about the vaccine.
Related Link: Tip Sheet for HCP
Close the Door to Cancer
Close the Door to Cancer
More than 14 million people will be infected with HPV this year. HPV can cause cancers that affect both men and women. Prevent HPV -related cancers by vaccinating your boys and girls ages 11 or 12 years. Talk to your child's doctor about how you can close the door to cancer today.
Video: JAMA Report on HPV Vaccine
JAMA Report on HPV Vaccine
The human papillomavirus or HPV vaccine was designed to help prevent cervical cancer. For the vaccine to be effective it must be administered before sexual activity begins. A new study examined whether girls ages 9 to 13 received the same protection from taking a 2 dose regimen versus young women age 16 to 26 who received the recommended 3 dose vaccine. Catherine Dolf has more in this JAMA Report.
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Video: Medscape News - Dismal Rates of HPV Vaccination in Boys
Medscape News - Dismal Rates of HPV Vaccination in Boys
How many teen boys have been immunized against HPV? Paul A. Offit, MD, says we 'need to get on the ball' in the United States. We have a long way to go.
             
Video: Dr. H. Hunter Handsfield on HPV
Dr. H. Hunter Handsfield on HPV - Part 1
Dr. H. Hunter Handsfield, a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Washington and a leader in STD prevention and research for more than 30 years, answers common questions about HPV. In Part 1, Dr. Handsfield discusses screening, diagnosis and prevention. In Part 2, he speaks answers questions about the emotional and psychological issues surrounding an HPV diagnosis.
Watch part 2
Video: HPV Vaccine Now Recommended for Boys and Young Men
HPV Vaccine Now Recommended for Boys and Young Men
Dr. Eileen Dunne, a physician and medical epidemiologist at CDC, discusses the HPV vaccine recommendations from ACIP, as part of the CDC Expert Commentary Series on Medscape.
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Video: Women's Cancer Network: HPV Videos
Women's Cancer Network: HPV Videos
In this video series, women speak out about their experiences with cervical cancer disease and the inportance of HPV vaccination.
 
Shot by Shot: 10 New HPV Videos
Shot by Shot: 10 New HPV Videos
Shot by Shot: Stories of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases project is a collection of stories from people who have been touched by vaccine-preventable diseases.
             
New HPV-related Website and Videos from VEC
HPV-related Website and Videos from VEC
The Vaccine Education Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia features a video of Dr. Offit, as well as videos of families discussing their decision to get the HPV vaccine. You will also find links to additional information, questions and answers, and opportunities to share via social media.
 
Video: National Cervical Cancer Coalitionr
National Cervical Cancer Coalition
Poignant personal testimonies from women with cervical cancer, PSAs from NCCC about the importance of HPV vaccination, and educational videos. Click on the images to view the videos.
 
Video: HPV Vaccination Prevents Cervical Cancer
HPV Vaccination Prevents Cervical Cancer
Watch and download this powerful video from PKIDs about one young mother's struggle with human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer.
 
Video: Heather Burcham
Heather Burcham
Heather Burcham, a 31-year-old woman, suffered from cervical cancer and became a national spokesperson and advocate for human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination. In this video, recorded two months before her death, she urges young women to get the HPV vaccine.
             
HPV Videos: Christine Baze
HPV Videos
Christine Baze is a cervical cancer survivor. She was diagnosed with an advanced form of the disease at age 31, and immediately underwent a hysterectomy followed by radiation and chemotherapy. Christine now works to educate women about HPV and the prevention of cervical cancer.
           
 
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