Repeatability of sexual history in longitudinal studies on HPV infection and cervical neoplasia: Determinants of reporting error at follow-up interviews

N. F. Schlecht, E. L. Franco, T. E. Rohan, S. K. Kjaer, M. H. Schiffman, A. B. Moscicki, S. W. Duffy, E. I. Svare, M. Schiffman, A. Hildesheim, R. Herrero, M. C. Bratti, A. C. Rodriguez, L. L. Villa, A. Ferenczy, T. E. Rohan, D. G. Harnish, H. Richardson, F. Coutlée, P. TellierJ. Palefsky, S. Shiboski, T. M. Darragh, N. Benowitz

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