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Team Maureen Founder  honored with hospital-wide Community Service Award by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Eileen Duffey-Lind's dedication to the prevention of HPV and cervical cancer is unmatched, and worthy of every honor. Congratulations, Eileen!

updated: 1 week ago

Message at the movies: Falmouth nonprofit airs animated promotion for HPV vaccine

The Cape Cod Times reported on the release of our new video!

Cape Cod Times link

updated: 1 week ago

South Boston Pediatrician nationally recognized for fighting HPV-related cancers

Dr. Thomas Schuch was awarded the HPV Vaccine is Cancer Prevention Champion Award by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Cancer Society (ACS), and the Association of American Cancer Institutes (AACI). The award recognizes clinicians, clinics, practices, groups, and health systems that go above and beyond to encourage HPV vaccination in their communities.

updated: 1 week ago

HPV Blamed for Rising Rates of Anal Cancer

HPV-related anal cancer has been on the rise over the past 15 years, according to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

updated: 1 week ago

Most American Adults Are Unaware of HPV-Related Cancers, Indicating Need for Heightened Awareness

According to a new study published last week in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, more than 70% of US adults do not know that HPV can cause oral, anal, and penile cancers.

updated: 2 months ago

Cervical Cancer Mortality Rises as Women's Health Clinics Close

updated: 2 months ago

Fighting the Good Fight Against HPV and Cervical Cancer

An Indianapolis family advocates for HPV vaccination after losing their daughter to cervical cancer.

updated: 2 months ago

Years after Texas backed off HPV vaccine mandate, cervical cancer rate soars

Texas and Australia took two very different paths in 2007. And the difference is unbelievable. Continue to Article

updated: 2 months ago

Stopping the Anxiety of HPV

How a woman found emotional support after an HPV diagnosis. Continue to Article

updated: 4 months ago

Study: HPV Vaccine Works

A new meta-analysis published in The Lancet in June shows the HPV vaccine is very effective and is expected to lower the rate of cervical and other related cancers.

The researchers reviewed data from 60 million young men and women in 14 high-income nations, with up to 8 years of post-vaccination follow-up. Continue to the Cape Cod Health News Article.

updated: 4 months ago