This page has been archived and is no longer updated. We apologize for the inconvenience. To find similar material or an updated version of the page, please visit one the following resources:
Health Topics || Country Sites || News Releases || Our New Homepage

Esta página ha sido archivada y ya no es actualizada. Pedimos disculpas por la molestia. Para encontrar material similar o una versión actualizada de la página, visite uno de los siguientes recursos:
Temas de salud || Sitios de países || Comunicados de prensa || Nuestra nueva página de inicio

It´s time to end cervical cancer

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a common, sexually transmitted virus and most people will be infected with HPV at some point in their life time. The majority of HPV infections clear on their own, but in some cases the infection will persist and can develop into cervical cancer or other HPV related cancer. This factsheet series provides more information to health care providers and the general public on HPV and cervical cancer prevention and control. The factsheets are also available in Portuguese and Spanish: