JORRPJuvenile Onset Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis
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Our data strongly suggest that the previously documented impact of quadrivalent HPV vaccination in dramatically reducing the prevalence of HPV-6 and HPV-11 genital infection in the Australian population is translating to a reduction in the risk of transmission to infants intrapartum and subsequent development in some of these children of JORRP," wrote Daniel Novakovic, MD, of the University of Sydney Medical School, and his coinvestigators.
JORRP is believed to result from vertical transmission of HPV from mother to baby during delivery, although the median age of diagnosis is 4 years.