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HPV Vaccine

 

Mystie Johnson, MD, a board-certified OB/Gyn,  is chief medical officer at Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center and was one of  the first doctors on  staff at Banner Estrella Medical Center.

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HPV Vaccine Video - Full Transcript

Text:    This video is designed to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter covered. It is not intended to
provide professional medical advice or any other professional service. If medical or other professional assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought. Banner Health ©

Audio:  Opening Theme Music

Text:     Banner Health Presents: Ask The Expert
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Image:  Mystie Johnson, MD, speaks on-camera throughout video.

Text:     HPV Vaccine - Mystie Johnson, MD, CHAIRMAN of the Dept. of Obstetrics/Gynecology, BANNER ESTRELLA MEDICAL CENTER

Audio:  “I’m Dr. Mystie Johnson, Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Banner Estrella Medical Center. I’d like to talk to you about the human papillomavirus
vaccine. The vaccine, marketed under the name Gardasil,…”

*NOTE: Dr. Johnson is now the Chief Medical Officer at Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center.

Text:     Series of three shots

Audio:  “…is a series of 3 shots that will protect your body against four strains of HPV…” 

Text: HPV type, 6 11 16 18

Audio:  “…commonly referred to as HPV types 6, 11, 16 and 18.”

Text:     CERVICAL CANCER

Audio:  “Persistent HPV infections are now recognized as a major cause of cervical cancer.”

Text:     11,000 women in the U.S. diagnosed

Audio:  “Last year, an estimated eleven thousand women in the United States were diagnosed with the type of cancer...”

Text: nearly 4,000 died

Audio:  “…and nearly four thousand died from it.”

Text:    CERVICAL CANCER, ½ Million women worldwide

Audio:  “Cervical cancer strikes nearly half-a-million women each year worldwide...”

Text: claiming ¼ Million lives

Audio:  “…claiming a quarter-of-a-million lives.”

Image: Female sitting behind artist’s easel, painting

Audio:  “The current vaccine has been shown to prevent HPV infection and reduce the occurrence of…”

Image: Happy couple in the arbor garden, cuddling on bench.

Audio:  “…cervical cancer in most women. In fact, studies have shown that the vaccine will prevent…”

Text: 70% Cervical Cancer Cases

Audio:  “…almost 70-percent of cervical cancer cases…”

Image: 90% Genital Warts

Audio:  “…and almost 90-percent of genital wart cases currently seen.”

Image: Family of four walks their dog in park.

Audio:  “There are many misperceptions involving the HPV vaccine. The truth is that are sexually active and have had abnormal pap smears…”

Image: Three generations of women – grandmother, mother, young daughter – fishing at end of pier.

Audio:  “…or previous HPV infections, may have been exposed to one or two types of the virus. The HPV vaccine can protect against a new exposure to one of the other types.”

Text: Females age 9-26

Audio:  “Currently, the FDA has approved the HPV vaccine for females age 9 to 26, regardless of sexual activity and prior pap smear history.”

Text: Talk to your Doctor

Audio:  “If you or your daughters are between 9 and 26 years of age, talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of the HPV vaccine.”

Text:   For more health information from Banner Health experts 
Please Visit www.BannerHealth.com or call Banner Health’s Physician Referral & Resource Line at 1(800) 230-CARE (2273)

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