HPV Vaccine Resources

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  • HPV is so common that almost everyone will be infected with HPV at some point in their lives, however, most people will never know they have been infected.
  • Nearly 80 million people, that is about 1 in 4 people, are currently infected (in the USA) with HPV.
  • HPV exposure can occur with any type of intimate sexual contact.
  • In the U.S.A. HPV causes about 17,000 cancers in women and and about 9,000 cancers in men each year.
  • There is a vaccine that can help protect us from the HPV cancer-causing virus.

Low HPV vaccination rates are leaving another generation of boys and girls vulnerable to devastating HPV cancers. Vaccination could prevent most of these cancers. We are looking to you to make a strong recommendation for HPV vaccination when kids are 11 and 12 years old.

Please join TAPI and ADHS in our HPV Vaccine campaign – Protect Me With Three.

This campaign not only focuses on HPV vaccination, but the need to vaccinate our teens with the 3 vaccines that are so important to their health. It reminds parents, teens and providers alike that teens need: HPV, Tdap and Meningococcal vaccines.

Below you will find resources available for download and TAPI also has these items available free to order. For additional resources you can click here to be directed to the CDC HPV resources on their website.

TAPI Protect Me with 3 – Parent Materials

Parent Education Flyer –
Download PDF

Parent Education Poster –
Download PDF

Olson Family HPV Story –
Download PDF


Take Control – Teen Focused Materials

Teen Education Flyer – Download PDF

Other Provider Resources

National HPV Vaccination Roundtable Resources

CDC Clinician Resource Page

CDC HPV 10 Tips for HPV Vaccination Success

Tips for Talking to Parents

School Nurse Resource

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Contact TAPI with questions regarding our Teen Vaccine/HPV Vaccine Campaign materials at 602.288.7568 or TAPIAdmin@TAPI.org.

Because HPV vaccine IS cancer prevention and YOU are the key.

Everyone feels nervous getting a vaccine sometimes, but children with special needs or developmental disabilities may need extra support getting their vaccines! TAPI and @DMG_AZ want to share these tips to make it easier! For even more strategies visit: http://ow.ly/NFZl50KbQYZ

The arrival of polio vaccines in the 1950s led to a dramatic decline in this paralyzing disease, reducing cases by 99% worldwide. With the recent report of polio case in New York, Dr. Yvonne A. Maldonado explains what parents need to know: http://ow.ly/rPlM50KfS0n

Ready to get your #COVID19 shot or booster? Two vaccine events are happening tomorrow in Laveen and Mesa:

▶️ 9am-1pm: El Buen Pastor, 950 W 8th Ave, Mesa

▶️ 3-6pm: Laveen Education Center, 5001 W Dobbins Rd

Call 602-506-6767 for questions or visit http://maricopa.gov/COVID19VaccineLocations.

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