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Who is at risk?

Adolescents and adults aged 15 to 45 are at risk of new HPV infections, which could lead to certain cancers and diseases.¹¹,¹⁶

In 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States reported that almost 48% of women aged 19 to 26 years were at risk because they skipped the HPV vaccine, although they were eligible to take it.¹⁷

~7 million new HPV infections occur every year in the United States in people aged 25 years and over.¹²

It is estimated that HPV infections in women acquired after the age of 20 account for approximately half of all HPV-related cervical cancer causes.¹⁸


The HPV vaccine helps save lives. It helps protect against HPV infections as well as certain types of cancers in the future.¹⁹

Ask your doctor today about the HPV vaccine