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Join HPV Alliance, Moffitt Cancer Center, and Advent Health, for a Facebook Live event in honor of International HPV Awareness Day. The virtual summit features leading researchers, oncologists, and celebrities impacted by HPV who will dispel HPV myths, supply facts on prevention, give advice on staying healthy with HPV, share compelling stories of diagnosis, and provide empowering tips for self-advocacy.
Registered attendees will be eligible to win one of a dozen $100 gift cards from Quality of Life and Athleta.
Know the facts to avoid the fear
INTERNATIONAL HPV AWARENESS SUMMIT
Thursday, March 4, 2021 | 1:00pm to 3:00pm EST | Facebook @hpvallianceorg
HPV Prevention & Treatment
All of your HPV questions answered by two of the top HPV researchers in the United States. Our experts bust myths, provide information on vaccine efficacy and safety, share who can get tested and how, and give clinically-supported advice on staying healthy with HPV.
Special Guest Jamie Otis Hehner of Married at First Sight fame, shares details about her HPV-diagnosis and what she is doing to stay healthy and informed.
Dr. Anna Guiliano, Moffitt Cancer Center
Dr. Fatma Levent, Advent Health
Dr. Judith Smith, UT Health Medical School
Dr. Abraham Aragones, Memorial Sloan Kettering
Lillian Kreppel, HPV Alliance Executive Director and Cancer Thriver
Jamie Otis Hehner, Reality Television Personality
Self-Advocacy: HPV & Cancer Detection
Top Oncologists tell you what you need to know about HPV, divulge the signs and symptoms of HPV-associated cancers, and tell you what questions you should be asking your doctor to help you become your own health advocate.
Actress Marcia Cross shares her story of cancer detection and how she is helping others embrace self-advocacy and destigmatize HPV.
Dr. Shannon Christy, Moffitt Cancer Center
Dr. Stephanie Blank, Mount Sinai
Dr. Paul Romesser, Memorial Sloan Kettering
Dr. Anne Lin, UCLA Health
Marcia Cross, Actress and Cancer Thriver