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How to talk about HPV with your loved ones

Watch videos extracted from a Q&A session on speaking about an HPV diagnosis and an HPV related cancer diagnosis with your loved ones.

Q1 – What does it mean to recieve an HPV diagnosis?
Click here to hear Dr Blank answer the question.

Q2 – What is the difference between an abnormal pap smear and an HPV diagnosis?
Click here to hear Dr Blank answer the question.

Q3 – How do you frame the HPV diagnostic?
Click here to hear Dr Blank answer the question.

Q4 – What would be your advice on HPV to young girls, doctors and physicians?
Click here to hear Dr Blank answer the question.

Q5 – How did you react when you found out you had HPV?
Click here to hear Lillian Kreppel answer the question.

Q6 – Why did you feel it was so important to start the HPV alliance?
Click here to hear Lillian Kreppel answer the question.

Q7 – What has been your follow up plan after the HPV diagnosis?
Click here to hear Lillian Kreppel answer the question.

Q8 – How do you feel now about your HPV diagnosis?
Click here to hear Lillian Kreppel answer the question.

Q9 – How can we help bring a higher level of understanding about HPV?
Click here to hear Dr. Cash answer the question.

Q10 – What do you think about getting the HPV vaccine later in life?
Click here to hear Dr. Blank answer the question.

Q11 – What are some helpful questions patients should ask about an HPV diagnosis?
Click here to hear Dr. Fakhry answer the question.

Q12 -Had you ever heard of hpv and were you comfortable sharing your diagnosis?
Click here to hear Dr. Fakhry answer the question.

Q13 – How can we help patients struggling with an HPV diagnosis?
Click here to hear Dr. Cash answer the question.

Q14 – How important is it to share that the cancer is HPV related to family & friends?
Click here to hear Dr. Fakhry answer the question.

Q15 – What do you believe will ve beneficial in helping others understand about HPV?
Click here to hear Dr. Fakhry answer the question.

Q16 – Up to what age can you get vaccinated right now?
Click here to hear Dr. Fakhry answer the question.

Q17 – What recommendations do you have for discussing your diagnosis with your partner?
Click here to hear Dr. Fakhry answer the question.

Q18 – Why did you chose to become such a vocal advocate against HPV?
Click here to hear Jason Mendelsohn answer the question.

Q19 – What kinf of support or advice would you give to someone with HPV?
Click here to hear Jason Mendelsohn answe that question.

Q20 – If you’ve had an HPV cancer, is it too late to get the vaccine?
Click here to hear Dr. Fakhry answer the question.

Q21 – Is there any other test to know that you have HPV other than a pap smear test?
Click here to hear Dr. Fakhry answer the question.

Q22 – Any advice for patients struggling with mental health during and after treatment?
Click here to hear Dr. Fakhry answer the question.

Ending – Any final words?
Click here to hear Dr’s. Fakry and Cash, and oropharyngeal cancer survivor, Jason Mendelsohn.

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