Design, Setting, Participants, and Interventions
Main Outcome Measures
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Aletha Akers is a paid consultant on the Merck HPV advisory board, the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals HPV advisory board, has an investigator-initiated grant from Bayer Healthcare, and receives salary support from the Templeton Foundation for her work at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Center for Parent and Teen Communication. The remaining authors indicate no conflicts of interest.