The predicted impact of HPV vaccination on male infections and male HPV-related cancers in Australia.

@article{Smith2011ThePI,
  title={The predicted impact of HPV vaccination on male infections and male HPV-related cancers in Australia.},
  author={Megan A Smith and Jie-Bin Lew and Robert J Walker and Julia M L Brotherton and Carolyn Nickson and Karen Canfell},
  journal={Vaccine},
  year={2011},
  volume={29 48},
  pages={9112-22}
}
Australia implemented a National HPV Vaccination Program in 2007, with routine vaccination of 12-13 year old females and catch-up in females aged 13-26 years to 2009. The aim of this study was to estimate the impact of the current female-only national vaccination program on males, and then to estimate the incremental benefits to males from being included in the program. We used preliminary data to estimate vaccination coverage in females. We then fitted a dynamic model of sexual behaviour and… CONTINUE READING
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