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Why Should My Child Get the HPV Vaccine?

HPV is a virus spread from skin-to-skin contact and sex, and getting the HPV vaccine is crucial. Learn more about the HPV vaccine with Westfield pediatricians at Summit Health.

Gynecologic Cancer Services

Most women who come in for their yearly exam have questions about gynecologic cancers.

Summer of Love: The Scoop on Sexually Transmitted Infections

Being in lockdown understandably put a damper on many single people’s love life. But now that many individuals are vaccinated, society is reopening, and life is getting back to normal...

STD Testing and How It Could Save Your Life

Nearly one in five people in the United States have an STD. Sexually transmitted diseases, STDs, are diseases passed from one person to another through sexual contact.

What You Need to Know About HPV and Cervical Cancer

This past year the pandemic highlighted the importance of vaccines and maintaining scheduled vaccinations to keep from contracting viruses. All vaccines are equally vital. But only one, the breakthrough HPV...

7 Myth Busters About HPV Vaccines

Despite the numerous benefits, several misconceptions about the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines still persist. “It’s vitally important to know the facts about this cancer-prevention vaccine,” says Darlene Gibbon, MD, Medical...

Throat Cancer from a Virus? Facts YOU should Know

Throat cancer from a virus. Facts you should know about

We Can Prevent Cervical Cancer

Each year, more than 13,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in the United States. Yet cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers today.

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