Until recently, the other cancers caused by HPV were less common than cervical cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute, the incidence of HPV-positive throat and tongue cancer has been increasing. Approximately 70 percent of tongue and throat cancers are caused by HPV. In the United States, noncervical cancers caused by HPV are now as common as cervical cancers and mostly occur in men. There are no formal screening programs for noncervical cancers associated with HPV, so vaccination can provide a public benefit. Also, the HPV vaccine was originally only recommended for boys and girls ages 11 to 26. In 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the expanded use of the HPV vaccine Gardasil 9 used in the U.S. It is now recommended that men and women ages 27 to 45 receive the vaccination as well.
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