As a parent, you don't take chances when it comes to your child's health. You protect your sons and daughters every day, from making sure they wear their bike helmets to giving them healthy meals. But what about helping to protect your children from certain cancers and diseases caused by human papillomavirus (HPV)? If you haven't heard about the risks of certain HPV-related cancers and diseases yet, it's time you did.
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may be at risk.
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Talk to Your Child's Doctor
Your child's doctor or health care professional can be one of your best sources of information and guidance about HPV. Create your own list of questions to help you get the most from your next visit.CUSTOMIZE YOUR OWN QUESTIONS
HPV—Fact or Fiction?
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