Keynote Session: Strategies for Prevention and Control of HPV-Associated Cancers

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Lillian R. Kreppel
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Shivan J. Mehta
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Mark H. Sawyer
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Edward L. Trimble
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Susan T. Vadaparampil
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moderated by Wui-Jin Koh
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Infection with HPV is responsible for 5% of cancers, most of which are preventable with vaccination. Unfortunately, although vaccination rates are increasing in the United States, many adolescents remain unvaccinated due to a multifactorial set of barriers that are cultural, psychosocial, structural, and financial. At this Keynote session at the NCCN 2021 Virtual Annual Conference, a selection of expert panelists discussed efforts to improve vaccination rates.

Disclosures: Dr. Vadaparampil disclosed serving on the speaker’s bureau for GlaxoSmithKline and receiving grant support from Gilead. The remaining speakers have disclosed no relevant financial relationships.

Correspondence: Wui-Jin Koh, MD, National Comprehensive Cancer Network, 3025 Chemical Road, Suite 100, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462. Email: Koh@nccn.org
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