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A. L. Mahakalkar, H. P. Sapkal and M. M. Baig

– 131 WHO (1997): Lymphatic filariasis: elimination of a public health problem in our lifetime. Geneva: World Health Organization. Report Number WHO/CTD/FIL/97.4. 20 pp. WHO (2005): Sixth meeting of the Technical Advisory Group on the Global Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis, Geneva, Switzerland. Wkly. Epidemiol. Rec ., 80: 401 – 408 WHO (1992): Lymphatic filariasis: The disease and its control. Fifth Report of the WHO Expert Committee on Filariasis. World Health Organ. Tech. Rep. Ser ., 82: 1

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Songfa Zhang, Shan Jiang and Xiao Zang

vaccine. To achieve the 80% aim, governments and scientists should work together to increase the awareness of HPV-related diseases. It is crucial to make the population aware that every person is likely to be infected by HPV in his/her lifetime, and that HPV infection is associated with many diseases. Other measures include providing coverage in health insurances and making the HPV vaccination a mandated program for children. Acknowledgments We thank our colleagues from Zhejiang Women’s Hospital, University of British Columbia, and Simon Fraser University. The

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Ryota Masuzaki and Masao Omata

States. Hepatology 1993;18:1326-1333. 31 Tanaka K, Hirohata T, Takeshita S, Hirohata I, Koga S, Sugimachi K, et al. Hepatitis B virus, cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption in the development of hepatocellular carcinoma: a case-control study in Fukuoka, Japan. Int J Cancer 1992;51:509-514. 32 Donato F, Tagger A, Gelatti U, Parrinello G, Boffetta P, Albertini A, et al. Alcohol and hepatocellular carcinoma: the effect of lifetime intake and hepatitis virus infections in men and women. Am J Epidemiol 2002;155:323-331. 33