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Prior human papillomavirus-16/18 AS04-adjuvanted vaccination prevents recurrent high grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia after definitive surgical therapy: Post-hoc analysis from a randomized controlled trial

Suzanne M Garland, Jorma Paavonen, Unnop Jaisamrarn, Paulo Naud, Jorge Salmeron, Song-Nan Chow, Dan Apter, Xavier Castellsague, Julio C Teixeira, S Rachel Skinner, James Hedrick, Genara Limson, Tino F Schwarz, Willy AJ Poppe, F Xavier Bosch, Newton S de Carvalho, Maria Julieta V Germar, Klaus Peters, M Rowena Del Rosario-Raymundo, Gregory Catteau Show all

International Journal of Cancer | WILEY | Published : 2016

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All authors have completed the ICMJE uniform disclosure form at www.icmje.org/coi_disclosure.pdf (available on request from the corresponding author) and declare that: GC, DD and FS are employees of the GSK group of companies. DD and FS hold shares in the GSK group of companies as part of their employee remuneration. GD was a full time employee of the GSK group of companies at the time the study was conducted. GD owns stock shares and options of the GSK group of companies as well as several patents in the HPV field. GD is currently employed by Takeda Pharmaceuticals. DA reports grants from the GSK group of companies for the conduct of HPV vaccination studies. The institution of JCT received grants from the GSK group of companies to conduct this study. JCT also received nonfinancial support and personal fees from the GSK group of companies during the conduct of this study and outside the submitted work. ML reports grants from the GSK group of companies and Merck & Co. Inc. through his institution during the conduct of this study. NSDC received funding through his institution from the GSK group of companies to conduct HPV vaccine trials. NSDC also received payment from the GSK group of companies for lectures and participation in advisory board. PN reports funding from the GSK group of companies through his institution for his participation in the development studies of the HPV vaccine. SRS is an investigator on the PATRICIA trial and her institution received funds from the GSK group of companies to reimburse costs associated with the collection of data for this trial. GSK Australia and Seqirus provided funds to the institution of SRS for educational research relating to HPV and for research evaluating Australia's HPV vaccination program, respectively. As an investigator, SRS also received travel reimbursement from the GSK group of companies and honorarium for attendance at Global Advisory Boards. MRDRR received honoraria, travel support and payment for lecture including speakers bureaus from the GSK group of companies outside of the submitted work. SMG received through her institution grants from the GSK group of companies and Merck & Co. Inc. to conduct phase 3 clinical HPV trials and from CSL Bio. SMG reports fares and accommodation reimbursements to participate in Merck advisory boards. SMG also received honoraria for lectures and work performed in her own time. TFS received honoraria for lecturing, member of advisory boards and conducting clinical trials for the GSK group of companies. XB reports institutional research grants on vaccine trials from the GSK group of companies, Sanofi Pasteur MSD and Merck & Co. Inc. XB also received educational and travel grants from the GSK group of companies, Sanofi Pasteur MSD and Merck & Co. Inc. XB is an advisory board member of Sanofi Pasteur MSD and Merck & Co. Inc. UJ received funding through his institution from the GSK group of companies to do HPV vaccine studies. UJ also received travel reimbursement from the GSK group of companies. XC reports grants, personal fees, and non-financial support from the GSK group of companies for attending speakers bureau and scientific meetings. XC also reports grants and personal fees from Sanofi Pasteur MSD and Merck & Co. Inc. SNC, MJVG, JH, GL, JP, KP, WAJP and JS declare that they have no conflicts of interest.