Foundations and Nonprofits

American Sexual Health Association. HPV

A nonprofit whose mission is to improve the health of individuals, families, and communities, with an emphasis on sexual health.

Immunization Action Coalition. Vaccines. Human papillomavirus (HPV)

National Cervical Cancer Coalition

A grassroots nonprofit dedicated to serving women who have or are at risk for HPV disease and cervical cancer.

National HPV Vaccination Roundtable A coalition of more than 70 national organizations involved in immunization and cancer prevention, working to prevent HPV cancers and increase HPV vaccination rates.

National Foundation for Infectious Diseases. HPV Resource Center

Cervical Cancer-Free Coalition. Eliminating cervical cancer through vaccination, screening, education

Offers resources from a collection of policy updates, organizational literature, and current medical facts.

National Comprehensive Cancer Network Patient Resources View National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®) resources for people with cancer and caregivers, including guidelines, language translations, webinars, and more.


American Academy of Pediatrics. HPV resources

A professional organization that provides information on HPV for healthcare workers as well as parents through its consumer site

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

A professional organization of obstetricians and gynecologists dedicated to improving women’s health, including HPV and the cancers related to this infection.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Human Papillomavirus

One of the main operating components of the Department of Health and Human Services, the CDC helps fight disease and supports individuals and communities to do the same

Cervical Cancer-Free America.

Working to eliminate cervical cancer through vaccination, screening, and education

Food and Drug Administration. HPV (human papillomavirus)

Government agency that provides information on HPV

Mayo Clinic. HPV Infection

The Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit organization committed to education, research, and clinical practice for all who need healing

National Cancer Institute. Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines
A division of the National Institutes of Health, the NCI is the US government’s main agency for cancer research


McKain Laura F, MD. HPV: A guidebook to infection with human papillomavirus and how to fight back!1sted. CreateSpace Independent Publishing. 2015 May
LeRoy Nicholas. Painting a target on HPV: Dr. Nick’s natural treatment for cervical dysplasia. CreateSpace Independent Publishing. 2015 July
Mortakis Alexander, MD, PhD. Good news about women and HPV: How to protect your health, the health of your children, and your relationship with your partner.Amazon Digital. 2017 July
McCormick Colleen C, Giuntoli Robert L. Johns Hopkins patients’ guide to cervical cancer. 1sted. Jones & Barlett Learning. 2010 October


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Videos about HPV and cancer.

More than a dozen short informative videos for both parents and healthcare providers on HPV and related cancers

Immunization Action Coalition. Videos and PSAs about human papillomavirus (HPV)

More than a dozen videos about the HPV vaccine and cervical cancer, including survivors’ stories

American Sexual Health Association video. HPV and men

National Cancer Institute video. Human papillomavirus (HPV) statistics: did you know?

MD Anderson Cancer Center video. Frequently asked questions about HPV testing

Johns Hopkins Medicine video. Oral HPV: Q&A

Nucleus Medical Media video. Human papillomavirus/HPV

Nihvcast video. The changing epidemiology of HPV and cervical cancer.

TED talk University of Nevada video. You are the key to stopping HVP. Heidi Parker

ZDoggMD video. HPV and caring for women with cancer (w/Dr. Lois Ramondetta)

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