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HPV VAX NOW Healthcare Provider Outreach Toolkit

The HPV vaccine is routinely recommended at ages 11 and 12, but young adults through age 26 who have not been vaccinated still need to get the vaccine to protect against HPV-related cancers.

Healthcare providers play an important role in getting young adults vaccinated. Share the messages and graphics below to help healthcare providers improve HPV vaccination rates among their young adult patients.

HPV vaccine resources for clinical practices

Everyone in a healthcare practice ? from office administrators to clinicians ? can help young adult patients get the HPV vaccine. Find tools and resources to share with clinical practices in the HPV Vaccine Clinic Package.

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 healthcare providers find guidance for improving their HPV vaccination recommendations.

Sample Text 1

Headline: Protect Young Adults Against HPV-Related Cancers

Body Copy: Healthcare providers play a key role in making sure young adults are protected against HPV-related cancers. In fact, a strong recommendation for the HPV vaccine from a healthcare provider makes it 35 times more likely that a young adult will get the vaccine. Recommend the HPV vaccine to all of your male and female patients through age 26 at every clinical opportunity.

Find action steps, talking points, and tips for improving HPV vaccination rates at

Sample Text 2

Headline: Improve HPV Vaccination Rates Among Young Adults

Body Copy: The HPV vaccine is the best way to protect young adults against 6 types of cancer. But only about 50% of young women and about 20% of young men have gotten the HPV vaccine.

Remember: Everyone in your practice plays an important role in getting young adults vaccinated against HPV. For action steps, talking points, and other strategies to improve HPV vaccination rates, visit