HPV 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.
Adult HPV Vaccine Age, Guidelines, Side Effects, Benefits
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. Learn how some adults can get a vaccination to protect themselves.
Oral HPV and Cancer: What You Need to Know
WebMD examines the link between HPV and head and neck cancers.
How much do you know about cervical cancer? What are its causes? Who is at risk? How is it diagnosed? And what can you expect if you are diagnosed?
What Are the Treatments for Cervical Cancer?
Radiation, chemotherapy, surgery and targeted therapy: Understand your treatment options for cervical cancer.
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.
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.
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.
Cervical Cancer and the HPV Vaccine: A Shot of Prevention
Regular Pap tests and the HPV vaccine -- do you really need both?