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Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Resources

About HPV

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.

  • 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.
  • HPV palm card - 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.


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