Author Contributions: Dr Harris had full access
to all of the data in the study and takes responsibility for the integrity
of the data and the accuracy of the data analysis.
Study concept and design: Harris, Burk, Palefsky,
Acquisition of data: Burk, Palefsky, Massad,
Anastos, Minkoff, Bacon, Levine, Strickler.
Analysis and interpretation of data: Harris,
Burk, Palefsky, Massad, Bang, Hall, Bacon, Watts, Silverberg, Xue, Melnick,
Drafting of the manuscript: Harris, Burk, Palefsky,
Bang, Xue, Strickler.
Critical revision of the manuscript for important
intellectual content: Harris, Burk, Palefsky, Massad, Anastos, Minkoff,
Hall, Bacon, Levine, Watts, Silverberg, Xue, Melnick, Strickler.
Statistical analysis: Harris, Burk, Palefsky,
Bang, Hall, Silverberg, Xue, Strickler.
Obtained funding: Burk, Palefsky, Anastos,
Minkoff, Levine, Watts, Strickler.
Administrative, technical, or material support:
Burk, Palefsky, Anastos, Bacon, Levine, Watts, Strickler.
Study supervision: Burk, Palefsky, Watts, Strickler.
Financial Disclosures: None reported.
Funding/Support: HPV DNA testing is funded
through R01-CA-085178. All specimens and other data in this study were collected
by the Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS) Collaborative Study Group
with centers (principal investigators) at New York City/Bronx Consortium (Kathryn
Anastos, MD); Brooklyn, NY (Howard Minkoff, MD); Washington, DC Metropolitan
Consortium (Mary Young, MD); The Connie Wofsy Study Consortium of Northern
California (Ruth Greenblatt, MD); Los Angeles County/Southern California Consortium
(Alexandra Levine, MD); Chicago Consortium (Mardge Cohen, MD); Data Coordinating
Center (Stephen Gange, MD). The WIHS is funded by the National Institute of
Allergy and Infectious Diseases with supplemental funding from the National
Cancer Institute and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (U01-AI-35004, U01-AI-31834,
U01-AI-34994, U01-AI-34989, U01-AI-34993, and U01-AI-42590). Funding is also
provided by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U01-CH-32632)
and the National Center for Research Resources (M01-RR-00071, M01-RR-00079,
Role of the Sponsors: The WIHS is an NIH-funded
multicenter cohort study, and the funding sources had a role in the WIHS study
design; in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data; and in the
preparation, review, and approval of the manuscript.
Previous Presentation: Presented in part at
the 8th International Conference on Malignancies in AIDS and Other Immunodeficiencies
(ICMAOI): Basic, Epidemiologic and Clinical Research; April 29-30, 2004; Bethesda,