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Sexplained S1E4- All about Human Papillomavirus with Dr. Lauran Evans

Sexplained is an educational podcast intended to support teenagers’ comprehensive health by providing information and advice regarding sexual health. In the fourth episode of Sexplained, host Ella Dorfman (‘25) interviews Dr. Lauran Evans about her career journey and expertise in the HPV vaccine and HPV stigma. 

Disclaimer from Podcaster Ella Dorfman (‘25): In today’s podcast I’ll be talking about barrier birth control methods. I know everyone has different comfort levels with sexual health topics, so you might want to skip this one if it is not right for you, or give it a listen with a parent, guardian or trusted adult. I’m 16 and have served on Teen Source’s California Sexual Education Youth Advisory Board, am a leading ambassador with the YHES4Condoms Campaign, and work for the Sexual Education Company, TeenSource. I aim to provide listeners with information that comes from well-researched and informed data, but I’m not a doctor, and you should always consult a professional if you are seeking medical advice. This episode should not replace any conversation with a doctor. And just as a head’s up, all my informational content comes from the Teen Source website, so if you want to learn more that is a safe and great place to do so. 

Rating: This podcast episode has received a “Clean” or “All-Ages Rating” from a standards and practices expert.

This story was originally published on The Oracle on May 1, 2024.

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