Human Papillomavirus Vaccines: Opportunities and Challenges – Post-Test HPV: Opportunities and Challenges – Post-Test Name * Email Address * 1. What proportion of adolescents (ages 14-19 years old) is infected with at least one type of human papillomavirus (HPV)? * A. 50% B. <1% C. 25% D. 10% 2. True or False: Human papillomavirus vaccines are live-virus vaccines. * a. True b. False 3. Which of the following statements about HPV vaccines is incorrect? * a. History of previous HPV infection is a contraindication to vaccination b. Younger adolescents have a more robust immune response (i.e. produce more antibodies) after vaccination than older adolescents c. A HPV vaccine series started with HPV2 or HPV4 can be completed with HPV9. d. HPV vaccination has not been associated with increased sexual activity among adolescents. 4. Which of the following is NOT a known potential side effect related to HPV vaccination? * a. deep vein thrombosis b. syncope c. fever d. pain at injection site 5. After cervical cancer, what is the most common HPV-associated cancer? * a. anal cancer in females b. vulvar cancer c. anal cancer in males d. oropharyngeal cancer in males e. penile cancer If you are human, leave this field blank.