HPV & Throat Cancer

After our research into the information available to those diagnosed with a HPV-related cancer found that it was lacking we have created two guides – one for patients and one for medical professionals.

The content of the guides has been checked and approved by medical experts in the field of HPV and throat cancer. It draws on their expertise, that of the Throat Cancer Foundation, and other research and best practice.

Printed versions of both guides have been delivered to relevant hospitals and medical centres so that they are available for patients at the time of diagnosis, and you can download PDF versions the patient guide below.

If you are a medical professional and would like to request printed versions of these guides for distribution please contact us.

HPV & Throat Cancer Patients Guide Digital

This version of the guide can be viewed on your device and has hyperlinks allowing you to go directly to a relevant page and back to the contents page.

HPV & Throat Cancer Patients Guide A4 

This version of the guide has been set on four A4 pages so it is easier to print out for reading.

What is HPV?

HPV stands for Human Papillomavirus, a group of around 200 viruses that affect the skin and moister areas of the body such as the cervix, anus, mouth and throat.

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Need Support?

There is lots of help available though and we have compiled a list of useful resources which will guide you through the support that is available to patients and their families.

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