Volume 10, Number 11—November 2004
Evaluating Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Programs
|Outcome||No vaccination||HPV-16/18 vaccination
|Female-onlya||Female + maleb|
|Incremental cost, $||244||261|
|Life expectancy, y||28.7975||28.8112||28.8117|
|Incremental life expectancy, d||5.0||0.18|
|Quality-adjusted life expectancy, y||27.7422||27.7590||27.7596|
|Incremental quality-adjusted life expectancy, d||6.1||0.21|
|$ per life-year||17,802||534,317|
|$ per quality-adjusted life-year||14,583||442,039|
|% reduction in lifetime cervical cancer cases||61.8||2.2|
aIncremental to no vaccination strategy.
bIncremental to a female-only vaccination strategy.
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