Examining Provincial HPV Vaccination Schemes in Canada: Should We Standardise the Grade of Vaccination or the Number of Doses?

Abstract

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is the most common sexually transmitted infection, which is linked to several cancers and genital warts. Depending on the Canadian province, the quadrivalent vaccine is given to girls in grades 4 through 10 with either a two- or three-dose schedule. We use a mathematical model to address the following research questions… (More)
DOI: 10.1155/2015/170236

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@inproceedings{Rogers2015ExaminingPH, title={Examining Provincial HPV Vaccination Schemes in Canada: Should We Standardise the Grade of Vaccination or the Number of Doses?}, author={Carley Rogers and Robert J. Smith}, booktitle={International scholarly research notices}, year={2015} }