2580 Daggett Ave., Klamath Falls, OR,97601, US

HPV Vaccine


The Children's Clinic of Klamath collaborated with RAVE (Rural Adolescent Vaccine Enterprise) study through OHSU to raise awareness with the Klamath County Health Department that ran Feb-July 2021. 

Reasons children should get the HPV Vaccine:

  • 80% of people will get an HPV infection in their lifetime
  • Infections with HPV types have dropped 71% among teen girls
  • 31,200 cases of cancer could be prevented with HPV vaccination each year
  • HPV infections can cause six types of cancer, five of which may not be detected until they cause health problems
  • Your child can get protection from HPV cancers during the same visit they are protected against other serious diseases.
  • HPV vaccination provides safe, effective, and long-lasting protection.


When to get it:

The HPV vaccination doses work best when they are administered to the child at the age of 11 or 12, and should be completed by the time they are 13. Cancer prevention decreases with a delayed vaccination, and it may take additional doses if your child is over the age of 15.


Printable Resources:

6 Reasons to get HPV Vaccine for your child

Don't Wait to Vaccinate

Take a shot at cancer

Protecting Our Children from HPV Cancers

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