Human papillomavirus (HPV) is responsible for approximately 70% of throat cancer diagnoses made each year in the US. In fact, there has been a 225% increase in HPV-related throat cancer diagnoses in the last few decades. In 2018, throat cancer surpassed cervical cancer as the most common HPV-related cancer in the United States.
Learn more about HPV and its relationship with head and neck cancer with the resources below.
Articles & Blog Posts
Videos & Webinar Recordings
Faces of HPV-Attributed Cancer: Survivor Stories
- Imagine a Life Where You Can’t Eat or Drink
- COVID-19 is on Track to Increase Incidence of Head and Neck Cancer
- Parul Dua Makkar, DDS shares her brother’s story, a young dentist who passed away from oral cancer
- Scientific Peer Review of Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs’ Peer-Reviewed Cancer Research Program for The Department of Defense
- More Stars Join Stand Up to Cancer Roadblock Fundraising Telecast and Streaming Event