A series of intro texts, most with accompanying links, images, or videos, that providers and practices can use or adapt for posts on their Facebook pages.
* NOTE: In some cases (e.g, #5 & #21), the intro texts may seems short or somewhat lacking in context. That’s because they’re designed to play off the title of the link, which will appear both on the practice Facebook page and the parents’/caregivers’ Facebook news feed. In these cases, the intro text and link title work together to have the desired effect.
The HPV Vaccine prevents genital warts, but it also prevents cervical cancer, anal cancers, penile cancers, and cancers of the head and throat. To read more about this incredible vaccine, see this CDC resource page...
Have questions about the HPV vaccine? This excellent page from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has lots of answers.
Want to protect your teens and preteens from multiple types of cancers? The HPV Vaccine does that, and a whole lot more. See the link below, or call our office, to learn more.
79 million people in the US, most in their teens and early 20s, are infected with HPV. Your kids don't have to be among them. This excellent site from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia explains why. And how.
A good, and important, question for parents of teens and preteens...
In just seven years, the HPV Vaccine reduced HPV infection rates in 14-19 year-old girls by 56%. Read more about the tremendous success of the vaccine on the CDC’s HPV web site...
The American Cancer Society recommends the HPV Vaccine. To learn more, and to read about the cancers it can prevent, see this excellent ACS resource page.
Wouldn’t it be great if we had a vaccine that could protect against multiple types of cancers? Well, we already do. It’s available for teens and preteens right now. Call us in the office, and we’ll be happy to tell you all about it.
"Most people get HPV.” “HPV can cause throat cancer.” Plus 15 other things you should know about the virus, and the vaccine to prevent it...
You may have heard that the HPV Vaccine is recommended for girls. Did you know it’s also recommended for boys? This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention web page explains.
This episode of the great “Healthcare Triage” video series explains the importance of, and debunks some of the myths about, the HPV Vaccine. For parents of teens and preteens, it’s important viewing...
This clear, straightforward Parents Magazine piece explains why and when your daughter should get the HPV vaccine.
This USA Today article from explains the incredible, life-saving power of the HPV vaccine. Bottom line: raising HPV vaccination rates to 80% of teen girls "could prevent 53,000 future cases of cervical cancer."
What do you and your child need to know about the HPV Vaccine? The experts at the American Academy of Pediatrics explain on this excellent resource page.
The good folks at Toronto Public Health produced this video to explain how the HPV vaccine protects young girls against a "nasty health risk." (And by “nasty,” they mean from “genital warts” to “multiple cancers”...)