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Get tough against HPV cancers

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Get tough against HPV cancers

your best shot against hpv,
certain cancers and genital warts

There are a number of cancers that are caused by a virus called Human papillomavirus, or HPV. This virus is also responsible for genital warts.

HPV is so common that 70-80% of females will come in contact with it at some stage of their lives.

THE free* HPV VACCINE

FREE HPV immunisation is the best way to help protect against HPV. The vaccine works by causing the body to produce it's own protection (virus-fighting antibodies) against HPV.

The vaccine has been clinically tested and shown to be effective in helping prevent HPV related cancers from occurring, and is expected to offer life-long protection.

There is no time to waste - the sooner you do it
the better

"TOUGHEN UP AND Join
the 200,000 NZ women
who have taken their best shot against
HPV cancers."

 
 
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There's a vaccine that can help protect     against HPV

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Take your best shot. Talk to a GP or nurse about getting your FREE* vaccine, today

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There’s a vaccine that can help protect against HPV

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"wise up, 70-80% of all females will come in contact with HPV at
some time IN THEIR LIVES"

HPV cancers and genital warts 

HPV cancers take many forms, and the most common for women is cervical cancer.

Every year thousands of women are diagnosed with cervical abnormalities

Cervical abnormalities are as serious as they sound! Cervical abnormalities are caused by the HPV virus and in a number of cases, they can lead to cervical cancer. 

70% of all HPV related cervical cancers are caused by just TWO types of HPV and another two types cause 90% of all genital warts!

hpv is very common

The HPV virus is very common and very easy to catch; most sexually active people come into contact with it at some stage of their lives. It's possible to get the virus just through sexual touching, without even having intercourse. Many people who have HPV don't show any signs of it, so they can transmit it without even knowing.

help Protect yourself
with the free* HPV Vaccine

HPV immunisation is the best way to protect against HPV. The vaccine works by causing the body to produce its own protection (virus-fighting antibodies) against HPV.

The vaccine has been clinically tested and shown to be effective in preventing HPV cancers from occurring, and is expected to offer life-long protection.

If there is anything we haven't covered here go to our FAQ section for more info.

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Step up against HPV cancers

go get your free*
hpv vaccine today

The sooner the better

Don't delay. If you want to help protect against HPV cancers you need to get the HPV vaccine as soon as you can.

If you have already been involved in sexual activity, you may have already come into contact with HPV, but it is unlikely that you will have been infected with all the 9 HPV types covered by the HPV vaccine.

Just visit a GP or nurse - three injections in the arm over a six-month period is all it takes. 

YOU NEED ALL three doses to get full protection

First dose: The sooner the better, book an appointment today!
Second: 2 months later
Third: 6 months after the first shot

Ask your GP or nurse if they have a free text reminder service, so you'll know exactly when your next shot is due.