Research shows you have about a 50/50 chance of getting HPV with a new partner
Would you be surprised to know that you can do all the right things... go get tested for STDs and get a clean bill of health only to have your (or your female partner's) Pap smear come back abnormal and positive for the sexually transmitted virus, HPV. Why? Because HPV is not being included in standard STD panels.

Why the concern? Because HPV increases the risk for cancer in both men and women.
Download a copy of my 3 Strategies to Protect Yourself From HPV to discover...
  • How to protect yourself from HPV when dating
  • Why HPV can pop up seemingly out of the blue and cause an abnormal Pap smear
  • How to access new FDA approved HPV testing for couples your doctor probably doesn't know about
  • About natural ways to fight the virus and avoid HPV related cancers  
Educational Resources on HPV, Cervical Dysplasia and 
What To Do If You've Had an Abnormal Pap Smear 
Education and taking proactive steps are your best defense against Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection and HPV related cancers like cervical cancer
New & Important Advances in HPV Testing for Men & Women
Oral and Genital Testing Available
Education for Parents About HPV and the HPV Vaccine
How to Keep Your Kids Safe
Natural Solutions for Women Diagnosed with HPV & Cervical Dysplasia
Worried after an abnormal pap smear?
What You Need To Know About HPV
Robin LaCross
Holistic Health Practitioner
Robin is a holistic health practitioner who specializes in women's reproductive health. She graduated with honors from the American College of Healthcare Sciences in 2011. Robin has been a holistic sex educator and advocate for women's reproductive health for over 25 years. She is passionate about educating women about their bodies and cycles and is on a mission to reduce unintended pregnancies and the spread of STDs in the world. 

Robin is the founder of The HPV Education Project and is passionate about raising awareness about the virus, new advances in HPV testing and about holistic methods of promoting cervical health. Armed with a holistic approach coupled with the latest advances in technology, she is taking a stand and fighting back against the spread of the HPV. 

Robin currently lives in Tucson, Arizona and works with women all over the world helping them to acquire the knowledge, tools and skills needed to create greater health and well-being.
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