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Human papillomavirus vaccination in men who have sex with men – what will be required by 2020 for the same dramatic changes seen in heterosexuals
This paper addresses the issue of whether men who have sex with men (MSM) will share the spectacular reductions in human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and its associated neoplasia that we are currently witnessing in heterosexuals. The reproductive rate for HPV infection in heterosexuals is not well established, but 70% vaccination coverage in women has resulted in a fall of more than 90% in genital warts and HPV types 16/18 in young women and 80% fall in young men indicating that the criticaldoi:10.1071/sh16067 pmid:27658180 fatcat:lzzyangszrbxzjpfp5et7schzu