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Australian websites

Immunise Australia National HPV Vaccine Program or 1800 671 811
More information about the HPV vaccine.

Cancer Council or 13 11 20
If you need advice about whether to have the vaccine, or whether to vaccinate your child.

Australian Immunisation Register 1800 653 809
For information about your HPV vaccination record or your child's HPV vaccination record.

National Cervical Screening Program or 13 15 56.
More information about HPV, Cervical Screening Tests and cervical cancer.

National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance 

Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)
The TGA is responsible for regulating medicines in Australia and monitoring adverse reactions that may occur after receiving the vaccine. Their website contains their advice on Gardasil, the HPV vaccine used in the Australian school-based National Immunisation Program.

International websites

The World Health Organization directs and coordinates health across the United Nations. It provides leadership on global health matters and evidence-based policy.

The Food and Drug Administration is the regulatory authority for medicines in the USA.

The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention is a world-leading authority on protecting populations from disease and disease control. Their website has comprehensive information about HPV and the vaccine.

The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada has put together this website, which provides a wealth of information for teens, adults, parents, teachers and health professionals about HPV and the vaccine.
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There are lots of places you can find out about the HPV vaccine, including this website.

Design and partial content reproduced with the kind permission of the New Zealand Ministry of Health.

The HPV vaccine is a prescription medicine. Medicines have benefits and risks. After reading this website, talk to your doctor about the benefits and risks of this vaccine and to check eligibility.

Females who have had the HPV vaccine still need regular Cervical Screening Tests.