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Vaccinating kids can prevent them from developing cancer as adults.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infections are so common that nearly all men and women will get HPV at some point in their lives. Most HPV infections go away by themselves within a couple years. But sometimes, HPV infections last longer and can cause certain types of cancers:

  • Cervix, vagina, and vulva cancers in women.
  • Penis cancer in men.
  • Anus and throat cancers in both women and men.

Hear BCH nurse experts describe the risks of HPV and how it spreads. Then learn how the HPV vaccine is important for your child’s health and why it is most effective when given in early adolescence.


Nancy Engellenner, NP, with Boulder Women's Care
Paige Swales, CNM, of Foothills Community Midwives


Wednesday, May 5, from 7 to 8 p.m.


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