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Be Informed and Know the Facts 

Vaccines are recommended throughout your child's life up to 18 years of age to protect against various diseases.

Videos

HPV Roundtable TV Playlist for Parents

See 12 videos on why the HPV vaccine is valuable, necessary, safe, effective, and affordable for everyone. You can protect your adolescent child from preventable diseases.

Resources

The Middle School Health Starts Here Program

The Middle School Health Starts Here program was created by the National HPV Vaccination Roundtable to gather the most important information from many organizations into one place for middle-school parents and children in middle school. The purpose of the program is to address the issues that impact the health and safety of middle-schoolers.

Middle School Health Toolkit for Parents

Tween health for 11-12-year-old children brings a new stage of health questions. We’re here to help. In this guide, you’ll find checklists to use with your health provider for a tween tune-up and a health-information road map.

How to Talk to Your Preteen About the HPV Vaccine

HPV can cause cancers of the mouth, throat, anus, and genitals (cervix and vulva in females, penis in males) and genital warts. There are over 30,000 cases of these cancers each year—and most could be prevented with the HPV vaccine. It is important for children to get the HPV vaccine series before any sexual activity. Learn how to talk with your child about the vaccine.

Don't Wait to Vaccinate 

The American Cancer Society recommends that Boys and Girls Club vaccinated against HPV between the ages of 9 and 12 to help prevent six types of cancer later in life.

No Demore la Vacunacion


La Sociedad American Contra El Cancer recomienda que los ninos y las ninas reciban la vacuna contra el VPH entre los 9 y los 12 anos para ayudar a prevenir seis tipos de cancer mas adelante en la vida.

Vacunacion contra el VPH: Solo los hechos

VPH es la abreviatura de virus del papiloma humano, un virus comun. El VPH puede causar cancer en hombres y mujeres. La vacuna contra el VPH ayuda a prevenir las infecciones ue resultan en muchos canceres por VPH.

CDC Schedule of Vaccines by Age for Your Children

Vaccines are recommended throughout your child’s life to protect against serious, sometimes deadly diseases. Find out which vaccines are recommended for your child based on their age.

CDC Diseases and Vaccines That Prevent Them 

Thanks to vaccines, your child is protected from these diseases.

Additional Resources

Additional Resources for Parents 

See additional resources for parents on the HPV Roundtable website.