"Why do sheep and cows sleep standing up?"

Your preteen isn’t thinking about HPV cancers—that’s why you need to. 

“On-Time” Vaccination is Best

Your 1st Chance to Protect Them

HPV vaccination is most effective when completed by the 13th birthday.

Maximize HPV Protection

HPV vaccination today protects your child in adulthood.

Long-Lasting Protection

Studies show HPV vaccination during childhood remains effective into adulthood.

HPV Vaccination Schedule & Dosing 

For most children aged 9-12, HPV vaccination requires 2 doses. Ask your child’s healthcare provider what’s right for them.

First Dose 

Your child is due for their first HPV vaccination after their 9th birthday.

Second Dose 

Administered at least 5 months—and no more than 12 months—after the first dose.

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A Cancer Prevention Revolution

HPV vaccination has dramatically reduced the number of HPV cancers.

HPV vaccination can prevent more than 90% of HPV cancers.

Most children can receive an HPV vaccine for free, and it can be administered safely along with other routine vaccinations.

With more than 500 million doses have been administered worldwide, HPV vaccines are preventing new cases of cancer every day.

Frequently Asked Questions

Resources for Parents and Caregivers

Get HPV Vaccination Reminders

Don’t let your child’s window for on-time vaccination slip by. Schedule a reminder in your calendar, and make sure your child is protected.

Are You a Healthcare Provider?

Show your support for HPV vaccination and help protect your patients.