Looking beyond human papillomavirus (HPV) genotype 16 and 18: Defining HPV genotype distribution in cervical cancers in Australia prior to vaccination.

@article{Brotherton2017LookingBH,
  title={Looking beyond human papillomavirus (HPV) genotype 16 and 18: Defining HPV genotype distribution in cervical cancers in Australia prior to vaccination.},
  author={Julia M L Brotherton and Sepehr N Tabrizi and Samuel Phillips and Jan Pyman and Alyssa M. Cornall and Neil K Lambie and Lyndal Anderson and Margaret C. Cummings and Diane J. Payton and James P. Scurry and Marsali R Newman and Raghwa N Sharma and Marion Saville and Suzanne Marie Garland},
  journal={International journal of cancer},
  year={2017},
  volume={141 8},
  pages={1576-1584}
}
Australia has implemented a high-coverage HPV vaccination program but has not, to date, established the distribution of HPV types that occur in cervical cancers in Australia. This information is important for determining the potential for cervical cancer prevention with both current and broader spectrum HPV vaccines. We analysed 847 cervical cancers diagnosed 2005 to 2015 in tertiary centres in the three most populous Australian states with resolution of specimens containing multiple HPV types… CONTINUE READING

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