It is estimated that, in 2010 alone, over 12,000 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer, with more than 4,000 patients dying of the disease. What sets cervical cancer apart is that, unlike other cancers, cervical cancer is almost always caused by Human Papillomavirus (HPV). The bad news is that this cancer is caused by an incredibly common virus. The good news is that makes this one of the very few preventable cancers. Please join Dr. Diana Willadsen as she discusses this disease and the important—and life-saving—vaccines.