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In this segment, you’ll hear from Anna Giuliano PhD, the founding director of the Center for Infection Research in Cancer at the Moffitt Cancer Center as she describes the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) connection to cancer in women and men.  She’ll review the literature on the HPV vaccine and describe the role public health can play in increasing vaccination rates against HPV. For more information on related cancers see Cervical Cancer.

Videos

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Part 1 - Overview (6:05)

Part 2 - HPV in Men (2:52)

Part 3 - Vaccination Guidelines (3:01)

Part 4 - Effectiveness of Vaccines (6:57)

Part 5 - Summary (7:39)

Full Video (26:09)

Resources

Learning Objectives

  • List the cancers caused by HPV
  • Explain HPV vaccination guidelines
  • Identify the public health role in promoting HPV vaccination

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Presenters

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Anna Giuliano, PhD, University of South Florida

Anna R. Giuliano, PhD, is the founding director of the Center for Infection Research in Cancer (CIRC) at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Her work has contributed significantly to our understanding of the rate at which HPV infections are acquired and cleared, the proportion that progress to disease, and also to HPV vaccine protection against multiple diseases in women and men.

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