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- Tsang, Kwong Y.; Fantini, Massimo; Fernando, Romaine I.; Palena, Claudia; David, Justin M.; Hodge, James W.; Gabitzsch, Elizabeth S.; Jones, Frank R.; Schlom, Jeffrey
- Vaccine 2017 v.35 no.19 pp. 2605-2611
- alleles; T-lymphocytes; neoplasm cells; epitopes; public health; uterine cervical neoplasms; Food and Drug Administration; antibodies; head; patients; coat proteins; Human papillomavirus type 16; humans; cytotoxicity; squamous cell carcinoma; neck; clinical trials; algorithms; etiology; vaccines; virus-like particles; agonists
- ... Human papillomavirus (HPV) is associated with the etiology of cervical carcinoma, head and neck squamous cell carcinoma, and several other cancer types. Vaccines directed against HPV virus-like particles and coat proteins have been extremely successful in the prevention of cervical cancer through the activation of host HPV-specific antibody responses; however, HPV-associated cancers remain a major ...
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- Peiffer-Smadja, Nathan; Ouedraogo, Ramatou; D'Ortenzio, Eric; Cissé, Papa Ndiaga; Zeggani, Zahra; Beavogui, Abdoul Habib; Faye, Sylvain Landry; Le Marcis, Frédéric; Yazdanpanah, Yazdan; Nguyen, Vinh-Kim
- Vaccine 2017 v.35 no.19 pp. 2569-2574
- Muslims; blood; blood sampling; clinical trials; cross-sectional studies; fasting; health services; questionnaires; scientists; vaccination; Guinea
- ... There are few data on the acceptability of vaccination or blood sampling during Ramadan fasting month in Muslim countries. This could impact vaccination campaigns, clinical trials or healthcare during Ramadan.Using a semi-structured questionnaire, we conducted a cross-sectional study on 201 practising Muslims and 10 religious leaders in Conakry, Guinea in the wake of the recent epidemic Ebola epid ...