There’s a lot of misconception about who gets anal cancer and how it’s caused.
The main risk for anal cancer is a common virus carried by everyone who is sexually active.
Let’s talk about a silent STI with no symptoms that 80% of sexually active adults have.
A community based survey of 355 respondents to assess awareness of and screening for human papillomavirus (HPV) associated cancers in women and, trans and gender diverse (TGD) people who were assigned female gender at birth.
Factsheet outlining how to perform a digital ano-rectal examination (DARE) to check for anal abnormalities that could lead to anal cancer.