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The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a virus that can cause certain cancers later in life. HPV infection contributes to nearly all cases of cervical cancer, which is the fourth most frequent cancer type in women. Although it is a highly common virus, there are ways to prevent its infection and spread. Together, we can all be protected from HPV infections and help save more lives.¹


While most HPV infections clear up on their own, there is a risk of these infections developing into cancers.¹ That’s why it’s important to determine if you or your loved ones are at risk of HPV exposure and take the necessary steps for protection.


HPV stands for Human Papillomavirus, which is a group of common viruses that typically cause infections in the reproductive tract. Many people may not be aware of it, but HPV can infect most adults at some point in their lives, and some may experience repeat infections.¹