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Published on 27.03.19 in Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Characterizing Trends in Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Discourse on Reddit (2007-2015): An Observational Study"

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  1. Amith M, Cohen T, Cunningham R, Savas LS, Smith N, Cuccaro P, Gabay E, Boom J, Schvaneveldt R, Tao C. Mining HPV Vaccine Knowledge Structures of Young Adults From Reddit Using Distributional Semantics and Pathfinder Networks. Cancer Control 2020;27(1):107327481989144
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  2. Hu D, Martin C, Dredze M, Broniatowski DA. Chinese social media suggest decreased vaccine acceptance in China: An observational study on Weibo following the 2018 Changchun Changsheng vaccine incident. Vaccine 2020;
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  3. Kearney MD, Selvan P, Hauer MK, Leader AE, Massey PM. Characterizing HPV Vaccine Sentiments and Content on Instagram. Health Education & Behavior 2019;46(2_suppl):37S
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