3 out of 4 people will have one form or another of this virus in their lifetime. People come into contact with this virus through any skin-to-skin sexual contact below the waistline using the fingers, mouth, or other body parts, even without penetration.
We are at the forefront of developing comprehensive sexual and reproductive health tools designed to enhance and assure positive sexual health outcomes. We connect with academic settings, health care professionals, and communities of all demographics. We disseminate information regarding the prevention of STIs, HPV vaccines, screening, and avoiding/treating HPV-related diseases. We develop partnerships, implement educational programs, and develop research initiatives. Our prevention programs empower people because we deliver clear, simple, evidence-based messaging.