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Further Evidence for Bias in Observational Studies of Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness: The 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) Pandemic
ML Jackson, O Yu, JC Nelson, A Naleway, EA Belongia… – American Journal of …, 2013
Abstract Preinfluenza periods have been used to test for uncontrolled confounding in studies
of influenza vaccine effectiveness, but some authors have claimed that confounding differs
in preinfluenza and influenza periods. We tested this claim by comparing estimates of the

Risk Factors for Non-Initiation of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine among Adolescent Survivors of Childhood Cancer
J Klosky, K Russell, K Canavera, H Gammel… – Cancer Prevention …, 2013
Abstract Effective vaccination is now available to prevent human papillomavirus (HPV), the
most common sexually transmitted infection and cause of cervical cancer. This study aimed
to estimate the prevalence of HPV vaccination among childhood cancer survivors and