The HPV vaccine is a vaccine that protects people against some types of HPV and their disease-causing effects. Generally, it protects against genital warts and cancer-causing types of the virus. HPV vaccine; • 16 and 18 types of viruses that cause 80% of cervical cancers, • 6 and 11 types of viruses that cause 90% of genital warts, • 31, 22, 45, 52 and 58 types, various (uterine, Anus, vulva, vagina, penis and larynx) provide protection against HPV types that cause cancers. HPV vaccine triggers an immune response in the body as a result of introducing the virus to the body. In this way, the body's defense system is stimulated against possible future infections. The vaccination of men and women between the ages of 15-45 is important for public health in order to prevent the spread of diseases. HPV vaccine is usually given as 3 doses. In individuals older than 15 years of age, the second dose is given two months after the first dose and the third dose six months after the second dose. In children younger than 15 years of age, the vaccine is administered as 2 doses, 6 months apart. Completing all doses of the vaccine is necessary to ensure full protection. Being already infected with any HPV type does not prevent the person from being vaccinated. There are multiple strains of the virus, and immunity develops differently and independently for each virus type. For this reason, it is important that people infected with any type of HPV are still vaccinated so that they can be protected against other types of the virus. However, the vaccine does not play a role in the treatment of the current infection. It only protects the person against infections and diseases that may occur in case of encountering other types of the virus. HPV vaccine has a wrong perception in the public due to sexual transmission of HPV; It is suspicious that this vaccine is among the childhood vaccines. However, vaccination at an early age prevents the risk of disease that people will experience in adulthood and prevents the spread of the disease in the society. For this reason, it is important that children be vaccinated long before they begin a sexually active life. Especially since it provides protection against warts developing in different parts of the body and many types of cancer, HPV vaccination is required. There are two types of vaccines in Turkey. The first of these is Gardasil, the second is the Cervarix vaccine. While the Gardasil vaccine protects against HPV types 6, 11, 16 and 18; Cervarix vaccine provides protection against HPV types 16 and 18, which are known to cause cancer.