National Native Network releases HPV Dialogue Summary

HPV & Our Native Communities: Regional Community Dialogue Summary

Native women  in the US are more likely to get cervical cancer than non-Native women.  Native women in some regions of the US are also more likely to get high risk Human Papillomavirus (HPV), which causes most cervical cancer.  To learn what Native communities know and think about HPV and the vaccine, the National Native Network hosted a series of community dialogue sessions.  During these sessions, community members shared what they already knew on the topics, asked questions, and received accurate information.

Download and view the below document to learn more about our HPV Dialogue Summary here.


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