HPV Vaccine and Cervical Cancer Vaccine Directory
The two HPV vaccines are recommended for the prevention of cervical cancer and precancers. One HPV vaccine is also indicated for prevention of anal, vulvar, and vaginal cancers and precancers, and genital warts. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how the HPV vaccine protect against cervical cancer and other diseases, types of vaccines, use in males, and much more.
What’s the Treatment for Genital Warts?
If you have genital warts, you’ve got a number of treatment options that range from creams and gels to surgery. Learn how your doctor will decide which is best for your unique case.
The Symptoms of Genital Warts
WebMD explains the symptoms of genital warts.
Cervical Cancer: Can It Be Prevented?
Cervical cancer is now almost totally preventable. Do you know how to stop it before it starts?
Symptoms of Cervical Cancer
Learn about the symptoms of cervical cancer from the experts at WebMD.
HPV, Cervical Cancer Vaccine: 15 Facts
Here is what you need to know about Gardasil, the new vaccine designed to help prevent cervical cancer and HPV infection.
What Parents Should Know About the HPV, or Cervical Cancer, Vaccine
Some states now require girls to have the HPV vaccine to help protect against cervical cancer. Find out the latest information on the HPV vaccine here.
Cervical Cancer and the HPV Vaccine: A Shot of Prevention
Regular Pap tests and the HPV vaccine -- do you really need both?
HPV Vaccine for Children: Gardasil and Cervarix Pros and Cons, Side Effects
WebMD discusses the arguments for and against HPV vaccination and explains the risks and benefits associated with it.