The HPV vaccine is recommended for young adults through age 26 who didn't complete the series when they were younger. The HPV vaccine is routinely recommended at ages 11 and 12, but young adults who haven't been vaccinated still need to get the vaccine to protect against HPV-related cancers.
Help encourage young adults to get the HPV vaccine now by sharing the messages and graphics below.
Social Media Graphics
Under each image you can download the graphics and sample messages for Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Sample Newsletter or Blog Content
Use the content below in your newsletters or on your blog to help young adults understand why they need the HPV vaccine and how they can get it.
Sample Text 1
Headline: Young Adults: Get the HPV Vaccine Now to Protect Yourself Against HPV Cancers
Body Copy: Are you 26 or younger? There's still time to protect yourself against 6 types of cancer and genital warts by getting the HPV vaccine. All young adults 26 and younger need the HPV vaccine. And the sooner you get the vaccine, the better it protects you against cancer.
Getting the HPV vaccine is easy. You may even be able to get it for free or at a low cost. Find out how to protect yourself at womenshealth.gov/HPVvaccine.
Sample Text 2
Headline: Are You Protected Against HPV-Related Cancers?
Body Copy: Nearly 1 in 4 Americans have HPV, and most people who have it are in their late teens and early 20s. HPV can go away on its own but if it doesn't, it can cause 6 types of cancer and genital warts. If you're 26 or younger, you still have time to get the HPV vaccine to protect yourself against HPV-related cancers and genital warts. Find out where you can get vaccinated at womenshealth.gov/HPVvaccine.