Such as cervical, vulvar, vaginal and anal cancers.

As a parent, your child's health and safety is of the utmost importance. Which is why we’re dedicated to educating parents on the importance of early HPV vaccination, right from the age of 9.

Learn how HPV vaccination may help protect your child against certain HPV-related cancers.

HPV and Its Attributable Cancers Go Hand in Hand

Cervical cancer is the 2nd-most common cancer in Indian women. (data as of 2020)

Every 5 minutes, nearly 1 patient loses their life due to HPV-related cancer in India. (data as of 2022)

1 out of 13 cancers reported in India is HPV-related. (data as of 2016)

Over 80% of women and men may be exposed to HPV at some point in their life.

* In the age group 30-59 years

Early HPV vaccination to help reduce the risk of certain HPV-related cancer

HPV Vaccination before first sexual contact may help protect up to 90% of certain HPV-related cancers & diseases.*
HPV vaccination may help prevent approximately 90% of HPV-related cancers worldwide.

*Depending on HPV vaccine type

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Helping to protect your child from HPV-related cancers is more than a choice, it's a proactive step towards safeguarding their future health. HPV vaccination is recommended by healthcare experts worldwide. Don't wait, consult with your pediatrician to schedule your child’s HPV vaccination today.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Why does my daughter need HPV vaccination?

High-risk types of HPV can lead to serious conditions such as cervical, vulvar and vaginal cancer. In fact, almost all cervical cancer cases worldwide are caused by HPV. Vaccinating in childhood may help provide a good immune response against HPV, and may help reduce the risk of many HPV-related cancers later in life.

Do boys also need HPV vaccination?

HPV vaccination may help protect boys against genital warts, persistent HPV infection and HPV-related cancers (such as anal cancer) later in life. Moreover, gender-neutral vaccination also may help facilitate a reduction in HPV prevalence.

At what age should my daughter or son get vaccinated against HPV?

HPV vaccination can begin as early as age 9. Consult with your doctor to get further information on vaccination in childhood.

How long does HPV vaccine protection last?

As per clinical studies, there is no evidence of the vaccine's protection decreasing over time, up to 12 years of duration.

Are there any side effects of HPV vaccination?

HPV vaccines have a favourable safety profile in clinical studies with almost no risk of any major side effects. Talk to your doctor for more information on vaccinating your child.
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This information is for awareness only and does not substitute for a doctor's advice, please consult your doctor for more information.

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