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Are you #HPVaware?

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The only way to get HPV is through sexual intercourse.

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TRUE

Option Headline for Yes:

Not quite

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HPV is transmitted by skin to skin contact. Even condoms, while effective in preventing other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), can’t fully protect you against HPV. HPV can live in areas of the skin that condoms don’t cover, or can be transmitted before the condom is used.

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FALSE

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That’s right

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False

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I could have HPV and not even know it.

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TRUE

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Yep

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The types of HPV that cause cervical cancer normally have no signs or symptoms, which is why most people don’t even know they have an infection. By attending your regular wellness exams, and participating in cervical screening, your healthcare provider can determine if you are at risk for disease, and manage your care so that cancer never develops.

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FALSE

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Nope

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True

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None of my friends have HPV, so it is rare in my area.

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TRUE

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That’s a negative

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HPV is actually very common. In fact, nearly all adults (around 80%) will get HPV at some point in their lives. Chances are you know someone who has had it, and they may or may not even know it. Talk to your friends, share your experience, and ask questions. It’s time to reduce the stigma around this topic!

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FALSE

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You know it

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False

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Men can get HPV, too.

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TRUE

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Truth

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Men definitely can get HPV. In fact, HPV can even cause various cancers in men, such as penile, anal, and head and neck cancers. It’s important for all genders to be educated and aware of the effects of HPV infection.

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FALSE

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Sorry, no

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True

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HPV that causes genital warts is the same that causes cancer.

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TRUE

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Not true

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The HPV virus types that cause genital warts do not lead to cervical cancer. There are over 150 types of HPV, and only certain high-risk types can lead to cervical cancer. The two highest risk types, HPV16 and HPV18, cause almost 70% of all cervical cancer cases. If you've tested positive for HPV, it's important to know if it is a high-risk type.

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FALSE

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Nicely done

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False

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I don’t have a new partner, so I don’t need a screening test.

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TRUE

Option Headline for Yes:

Think again

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You can contract HPV even from just one sexual experience. The HPV virus has been shown to remain inactive inside the body for decades. It also usually takes 10-15 years for an HPV infection to lead to cervical cancer. So, even if you have a long-term partner and find out you have HPV, it’s not an indication that either of you has been unfaithful to each other. HPV is common; testing positive is not a reflection on you, your partner, or your lifestyle.

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FALSE

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You’re right

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False

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My Pap test (or “Pap smear”) tests for HPV.

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TRUE

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Nope

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Many women think they’re on top of their cervical health game because they regularly have a “Pap smear”, where cells are collected from their cervix and examined. However, a Pap test does not detect HPV and in fact often misses disease. The good news is, if your clinician collects a liquid based Pap the HPV test can be done from the same cervical sample and is more accurate in detecting your risk for cervical cancer.

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FALSE

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You know your stuff

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False

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I got the HPV vaccine, so I don’t need to worry about screening tests.

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TRUE

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Sorry, wrong

Descriptive Answer:

Even if you’ve received an HPV vaccine, healthcare experts still recommend routine screening. The vaccine does not protect against all types of high-risk HPV, some of which can develop into cervical cancer years later. If you have not been vaccinated, you should consider talking with your doctor about it. Importantly, talk to your doctor about HPV testing even if you have had the vaccine.

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FALSE

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You’re right

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False

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I’ve had a Pap test, and it was normal. I don’t need an HPV test, too.

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TRUE

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Not exactly

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A normal Pap test result does not always mean you’re cancer free. In studies up to 1 in 3 women with cervical cancer had a normal Pap result! The Pap test looks for abnormal cells under a microscope; whereas, the HPV test is a more sensitive test that detects high-risk HPV DNA levels more likely to cause cervical changes. An HPV test is now recommended since it is better at identifying women at risk for cervical cancer.

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FALSE

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You know it

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False

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My HPV result was positive. This must mean I am going to develop cervical cancer.

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TRUE

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Nope

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The presence of HPV is not cause for alarm, and does not mean you already have or will develop cancer. Most women’s bodies will clear the virus without problem, but for some women HPV persists and in these cases may lead to disease. An HPV “positive” result helps your healthcare provider know that follow-up may be required since you have an infection with a “high-risk” type. Your doctor will work with you to plan your next steps for follow-up testing.

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FALSE

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That’s right

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False

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You got <span class='right'>$1</span> out of <span class='total'>$2</span> correct!

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Don’t sweat it. You can learn more about HPV and cervical cancer right now.

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You got <span class='right'>$1</span> out of <span class='total'>$2</span> correct!

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Hey, not bad! But it might help to brush up on a few areas.

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Nice job! Looks like you really know your stuff. Spread the word, and ask your friends to quiz their own knowledge.

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