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From Google Scholar & other sources: Selected Journal Articles, Newsletters, Dissertations, Theses, Commentary

Delay and Refusal of Human Papillomavirus Vaccine for Girls, National Immunization Survey–Teen, 2010
C Dorell, D Yankey, J Jeyarajah, S Stokley, A Fisher… – Clinical Pediatrics, 2014
Abstract
Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine coverage among girls is low. We used data reported by parents of 4103 girls, 13 to 17 years old, to assess associations with, and reasons for, delaying or refusing HPV vaccination. Sixty-nine percent of parents neither delayed nor refused vaccination, 11% delayed only, 17% refused only, and 3% both delayed and refused. Eighty-three percent of girls who delayed only, 19% who refused only, and 46% who both delayed and refused went on to initiate the vaccine series or intended to initiate it within the next 12 months. A significantly higher proportion of parents of girls who were non-Hispanic white, lived in households with higher incomes, and had mothers with higher education levels, delayed and/or refused vaccination. The most common reasons for nonvaccination were concerns about lasting health problems from the vaccine, wondering about the vaccine’s effectiveness, and believing the vaccine is not needed.

On the relationship between human papilloma virus vaccine and autoimmune diseases
P Pellegrino, C Carnovale, M Pozzi, S Antoniazzi… – Autoimmunity Reviews, 2014
Abstract The human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccines were introduced to reduce the incidence of cervical cancer. The bivalent vaccine is effective against HPV-16,-18,-31,-33 and-45 while the quadrivalent vaccine is effective against HPV-16, 18, 31, 6 and 11 types. …

Advances in understanding of norovirus as a food-and waterborne pathogen and progress with vaccine development.
DJ Allen, M Iturriza-Gómara, DWG Brown, N Cook – Viruses in food and water: risks …, 2013
Abstract Noroviruses are the commonest cause of infectious intestinal disease, and are frequently associated with outbreaks of gastroenteritis, mainly in healthcare-associated settings, but also in outbreaks associated with contaminated food and/or water. The …