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Source: This article was first published in Annals of Internal Medicine (Ann Intern Med 2011 Oct 18. [Epub ahead of print]).
Acknowledgment: The authors thank Daphne Plaut, MLS, for conducting the literature searches; Kevin Lutz, MFA, for editorial support; and Rebecca Holmes, MD, MPH, and Sarah Zuber, MSW, for assistance in conducting the evidence review. They also thank the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the USPSTF and Marc Arbyn, MD, MSc, DrTMH; Walter Kinney, MD; Mary Mitchell; Alan G. Waxman, MD, MPH; and Diana Petitti, MD, MPH, for their contribution to this evidence review.
Grant Support: By the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (contract HHS-290-2007-10057-I, task order 3).
Potential Conflicts of Interest: Drs. Whitlock, Vesco, Eder, and Lin and Ms. Senger: Grant (money to institution): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Support for travel to meetings for the study or other purposes (money to institution): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Payment for writing or reviewing the manuscript (money to institution): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Drs. Whitlock, Eder, and Lin and Ms. Senger: Provision of writing assistance, medicines, equipment, or administrative support (money to institution): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Ms. Senger: Support for travel to meetings for the study or other purposes (money to institution): National Institutes of Health. Ms. Burda: Grant (money to institution): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Support for travel to meetings for the study or other purposes (money to institution): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Consultancy: Oregon Health & Science University. Disclosures can also be viewed at www.acponline.org/authors/icmje/ConflictOfInterestForms.do?msNum=M11-1382 .
Current author addresses: Drs. Whitlock, Vesco, Eder, Lin, and Ms. Senger and Ms. Burda: Center for Health Research, Kaiser Permanente Northwest, 3800 North Interstate Avenue, Portland, OR 97227.
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