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The HPV Vaccine has led to declining infections, and will have an impact on related cancers. Virtua's director of gynecologic oncology, Dr. Randolph Deger, explains what you need to know about the HPV vaccine.
The human papillomavirus, or HPV, can lead to cancer. This is why it should stay on your radar – especially if you have young daughters and sons.
HPV can be prevented with a vaccine. Find out more about the vaccine and what it means to your child's future.
The HPV vaccine can protect your child from a cancer-causing sexually transmitted disease. An appointment with your pediatrician can get the process started.