Demystifying Medicine Video



Join us in the exploration of the causes, effects, and risk factors of HPV. This video provides a general understanding of how HPV is transmitted, the health effects it can create (genital warts and cancer), and the forms of treatment and prevention for it (topical creams and vaccines). It will also address the importance of sociocultural taboos and stigma in preventing HPV and cervical cancer. This video is meant for a general mature audience aged 16 or older.

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