You can help your child prevent cancer.
You’ve tried to keep your children safe from harm since the day they were born. From sitting in a car seat to wearing a bike helmet, your child’s safety is always a priority. As your child becomes a pre-teen, how can you continue to protect them?
The answer is simple: get them vaccinated.
BY GETTING THEM VACCINATED
The HPV prevents cervical cancer in women and penile cancer in men.
The meningococcal vaccine can can prevent meningitis.
Tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussi (Tdap) VaccineThe Tdap vaccine can prevent tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis.
“When one of your daughters has already survived a very rare cancer, you wonder if ther is anything you can do to protect them. I can guarantee that all of my children will get the HPV vaccine, because cancer really sucks.”
Katie from Gibsonia
“I believe it’s my responsibility to keep my kids safe. I make them wear helmets when riding a bike. I taught them how to swim. I also make sure they get all their vaccines too – to keep them, and others, healthy.”
Robert Sayre, father of three
“We keep our kids up to date on their vaccines because vaccines are safe and protect our children. Many advances have been made in medicine and we are fortunate that our children can benefit from that progress!”
Julie Strickland-Gilliard, mother of four
Call your child’s pediatrician today to schedule their 1-2-3 vaccination. You can bring this PDF on your phone or print it out to make sure your child is fully protected.