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Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Resources
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For Parents

Each year, more than 14 million people are infected with human papillomavirus (HPV), most of them teenagers or people in their 20s. Vaccinating 9 -12 year olds now will protect them against HPV-related cancers later.

  • HPV parent brochure (coming soon) - A parent’s guide to what you need to know about HPV and the vaccine.
  • The HPV vaccine is part of the Vaccines for Children Program. Find out if your child is eligible to receive the HPV vaccine or other vaccines at no cost.
For Youth
  • HPV palm card (coming soon) - Youth guide to HPV and a reminder chart for documenting past and upcoming vaccination appointments.

For more information about the HPV vaccine, contact the Oregon Immunization Program at: 971-673-0300.