This virus infects both males and females.

IS YOUR CHILD AT RISK FOR HPV?

Chances are your child isn’t at risk now. But, as your son or daughter grows up, he or she can be at risk for human papillomavirus (HPV) infection.

Although you may have heard about the link between HPV and cervical cancer, it’s important to know that the virus doesn't only affect females. HPV can affect males, too.

To learn how you can help protect your child from certain HPV-related cancers and diseases, talk to your child’s doctor or health care professional today.
 
HPV statistics

About 50% of new genital HPV infections occur in 15- to 24-year-olds each year.

For most people, HPV clears on its own. But, for others who don't clear the virus, it could cause certain cancers and other diseases.

HPV. It’s personal.

To learn how you can help protect your child from certain HPV-related cancers and diseases, talk to your child’s doctor or health care professional today.

HPV. It’s personal.


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