SEHIB : Surveillance of Effects of HPV Immunization in Belgium

SEHIB Surveillance of Effects of HPV Immunization in Belgium

Early effects of HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccination are reflected by changes observable in young women attending cervical cancer screening. The SEHIB study included HPV genotyping of ∼6000 continuous and 650 pathological cervical cell specimen as well as biopsies, collected from women in Belgium in 2010-2014. Data were linked to vaccination status.

Autres projets

BeONCOsup : Belgian Handbook for Oncological Supportive Care

COSPCC : Conséquences Obstétricales du (Sur)traitement des Précurseurs du Cancer du Col utérin

Papillux : Impact of Human Papillomavirus vaccination on cervical cancer in Luxembourg

IHUVACC : Impact of HUman papillomavirus VACCination on cervical cancer incidence

NATHIC : Assessment of the NATural history of HPV Infection using a large database containing HPV genotyping and cytology results of cervical cell specimens linked to Cancer registry data

VALGENT project: Validation of HPV genotyping tests potentially usable in cervical cancer screening

CoheaHr : Comparing health services interventions for the prevention of HPV-related cancer

HPV OncoPredict (Horizon 2020)

Unit Cancer Epidemiology HPV OncoPredict (Horizon 2020)


Unit Cancer Epidemiology Triage HPV AUSTRALIA