What if you could help prevent cervical cancer with a vaccine?

 HPV is responsible for nearly 100% of cervical cancer cases.

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Heather*

Even if you're a healthy new mom, you could still be at risk.
This is Heather's C-story.

Diagnosed at age 27.

The news of my diagnosis came as a complete shock—I was young and had just given birth and owned my own dance studio.

"I was at the peak of happiness in my life. In your 20s, you think you're invincible - you definitely don't think it could all be flipped upside down"

"I was at the peak of happiness in my life. In your 20s, you think you're invincible - you definitely don't think it could all be flipped upside down"

Today, Heather is working to raise awareness about cancers that are caused by HPV. She's spreading the word to other women that there are vaccines out there that can actually help protect you from having to experience cervical cancer like she had to experience. Heather can't have any more children of her own, but she's recently adopted the newest member of her family, a beautiful and healthy 4-year-old boy.

The stories are real. The women are real.
The risk is real.

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Why should you get vaccinated?

HPV does not discriminate. Anyone who has ever been sexually active is at risk.

  • HPV is responsible for nearly 100% of cervical cancer cases
  • Cervical cancer is the 3rd most common cancer in Canadian women 20–40 years of age
  • Cervical cancer killed an estimated 425 Canadian women in 2019.

If you’re a girl or woman aged 9 through 45, it’s not too late to get vaccinated.

Check out the Patient Guide to learn more about HPV vaccination

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Know the facts about HPV

FACT: Being in a monogamous relationship does not protect you from HPV infection.

Anyone who has ever had sexual contact with another person can get HPV

  • All it takes is 1 infected partner for you to be infected
  • You can have sex with an infected person without knowing the person has the virus
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If you’re aged 9–45, GET VACCINATED to help prevent cervical cancer.

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* Actual Canadian cervical cancer patient. May not be representative of all patients.
† GARDASIL®9 is not indicated to reduce mortality.
‡ Some conditions and fees may apply.

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