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Get vaccinated against cervical cancer, on campus April 17

On April 17, everyone with a cervix, born 1994-1999, will have the opportunity to get vaccinated against HPV on campus as the project "Eradicate HPV and cervical cancer in VGR" visits the University of Skövde. The vaccination is free.

On April 17, VGR (Region Västra Götaland) will visit campus here in Skövde and offer anyone with a cervix, born 1994-1999, to get vaccinated against HPV. They will be in group room G108 in the G Building, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. It is drop-in, so you do not need to book an appointment in advance. In connection to the vaccination, you will also receive a self-test for HPV.

You do not need to have a Swedish personal number to get vaccinated, but you do need to state a phone number or e-mail address to be able to receive your result from the self-test.

The vaccination is free of charge.

Where: Group room G108, Building G
When: 10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (10:00-14:00)

About the project

Human papillomavirus, HPV, is a virus that can cause cell changes, which in turn can cause cervical cancer. The Region Västra Götaland (VGR) participates in the national effort to eradicate cervical cancer. This means that all people with a cervix, born in 1994-1999, will be offered HPV vaccination and simultaneous HPV screening.

Published: 3/29/2023