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The current HPV vaccine, Gardasil9, prevents cervical cancer—but a new vaccine could actually get rid of HPV and precancerous cells in people who are already affected.
Confused about cervical cancer screening? Learn what different tests look for and what your results may mean here.
There’s currently no screening test that can help identify HPV-related throat cancer early. But new research suggests we’re one step closer.
What every parent needs to know about this potentially life-saving shot.
The HPV vaccine: It’s not just for girls anymore. Learn why it’s important for boys to get vaccinated, how it helps prevent cancers in men, and more.
More and more men are being diagnosed with HPV-related cancers of the throat. So why aren’t they routinely screened for the virus?
Are you still deciding whether you or your child should get the HPV vaccine? Here are the myths and facts surrounding it.
Michael Becker always wanted to write a memoir. When he was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, sharing his story suddenly took on even greater meaning.
How Do You Get HPV? Human papilloma virus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted infection caused by direct, skin-to-skin contact by way of sexual intercourse or oral sex. Genital warts come from the same family of viruses as the common warts people get on ...