Even More Evidence for the Value of Early HPV Vaccination

HPV vaccination saves lives

Even More Evidence for the Value of Early HPV Vaccination An exciting new study in Scotland found no cases of invasive cervical cancer in young women who had gotten the HPV vaccine by the time they were 14. The study also found that women vaccinated between ages 14 and 22 had lower rates of cervical […]

Celebrating Cervical Health Awareness Month in January

Cervical Health Awareness Month

Cervical Health Awareness Month in January is a time to learn about cervical health and cancer prevention. The World Health Organization has a plan for the elimination of cervical cancer through vaccination and screening—we can get there!

HPV and Men—Take the Quiz

What do you know about HPV and men? Take the quiz and find out

HPV (a.k.a. human papillomavirus) is the name of a group of viruses that infect the skin. In women, HPV can lead to cervical cancer (and other types of cancer as well), but what about in men? Think you know about HPV and men? Take the quiz and find out.

Social Media Toolkit on Cervical Health

If you’re passionate about cervical health awareness, the resources here are for you. Advocacy around cervical health is especially relevant during national observances, including Cervical Health Awareness Month in January.

Runneth Over—An Online Theater Presentation

Runneth Over

ASHA is thrilled to partner with Elevate Theatre Company on this online theater event, Runneth Over. Runneth Over by Sabrina Jacob Washburn. explores themes of women’s sexual health, cervical cancer prevention, HPV and HPV vaccinations.

HPV-Related Cancer

An image of HPV

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 36,500 HPV-associated cancers occur in the U.S each year.

Join us for a discussion of Dr. Tang’s new book, It’s Not Hysteria Everything You Need to Know About Your Reproductive Health (but Were Never Told), and ask Dr. Tang your questions about reproductive health!