Meta-Analysis on Prevalence and Attribution of Human Papillomavirus Types 52 and 58 in Cervical Neoplasia Worldwide

@inproceedings{Chan2014MetaAnalysisOP,
  title={Meta-Analysis on Prevalence and Attribution of Human Papillomavirus Types 52 and 58 in Cervical Neoplasia Worldwide},
  author={Paul K S Chan and Wendy C. S. Ho and Martin C W Chan and Martin Chi-sang Wong and Apple Chung-Man Yeung and Josette Sin Yee Chor and Mamie Hui and Zhi-Ming Zheng},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVE To estimate the prevalence and attribution of two non-vaccine-covered HPV types (HPV52 and HPV58) across the world. METHODS Meta-analysis on studies reported in English and Chinese between 1994 and 2012. RESULTS The pooled prevalence and attribution rates of HPV52 and HPV58 in invasive cervical cancers were significantly higher in Eastern Asia compared to other regions (HPV52 prevalence: 5.7% vs. 1.8-3.6%, P<0.001; HPV52 attribution: 3.7% vs. 0.2-2.0%; HPV58 prevalence: 9.8% vs. 1… CONTINUE READING
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