If you’re the parent of a girl in Grade 7-8, you’re likely aware that the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care is recommending your daughter receive the HPV vaccination to decrease the risk of cervical cancer. It’s also being recommended for women up to the age of 26 who didn’t receive it when they were younger.
Many parents and young women have questions – if you’d like to have yours answered, or you know someone who could use some insight, join Lia Sonnenburg, ND at StoneTree on Wednesday, Feb 23rd at 7PM to learn more about:
- The development, safety and effectiveness of the HPV vaccine
- Cervical cancer risk and treatment
- Improving the reproductive health of women and teens
This info night is free to all – feel free to bring a friend. RSVP to the clinic at 705-444-5331 or [email protected]