2022 HPV Vaccination Week (dates) TBD!
Protecting Alaska’s Kids Against HPV-Related Cancers
HPV Vaccination is Cancer Prevention
For kids, no dream is too big. We can protect their future by preventing cancer with the HPV vaccine. Ask your healthcare provider about vaccinating your children ages 11 and 12. The HPV vaccine can be given as young as 9 years old.
HPV Cancer Free Alaska is calling you to action in the fight against Human Papillomavirus (HPV). We ask you to join our mission to prevent HPV and related cancers by improving vaccination rates in Alaska.
With the HPV vaccine, we have the power to prevent more than 31,000 cases of HPV-related cancers in men and women across the U.S. each year — that’s 90% of all cases of HPV-related cancers.
Together we can increase the number of HPV vaccinations by at least 5% by April 2022.
Our goal is to have at least one campaign partner in each region of Alaska.
Are you as passionate about preventing HPV-related cancers as we are? Join us today! There are many ways to take part in this campaign. Click the button below to contact us or become a campaign partner.
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