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Quadrivalent HPV vaccine in HIV-1-infected early adolescent girls and boys in Kenya: Month 7 and 12 post vaccine immunogenicity and correlation with immune status.

Mugo, Nelly R; Eckert, Linda; Magaret, Amalia S; Cheng, Anqi; Mwaniki, Lawrence; Ngure, Kenneth; Celum, Connie; Baeten, Jared M; Galloway, Denise A; Wamalwa, Dalton; Wald, Anna.
Vaccine ; 36(46): 7025-7032, 2018 11 12.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-30297124


In sub-Saharan Africa, a generation of HIV-1-infected children is approaching the age of sexual debut and becoming at risk for HPV infection and its sequelae. We assessed safety and immunogenicity of the quadrivalent HPV (qHPV) vaccine in HIV-1-infected adolescents.


In an open-label trial among Kenyan, HIV-1-infected adolescents aged 9-14 years, we administered the qHPV vaccine at 0, 2 and 6 months and measured antibody titers to HPV-16, 18, 6 and 11 at month 7 and 12 post-vaccination. Measures of immunogenic response from HIV-1-negative historical cohorts from Africa and HIV-1 positive adolescent cohorts from the USA were used for comparison.


We enrolled 100 girls and 80 boys with a median age of 12 years and median baseline CD4 cell count of 684 (IQR 478, 935) cells/µL. One hundred and fifty four (86%) were receiving antiretroviral therapy for a median of 4.5 (IQR 2.3, 6.3) years; 110 (71%) had <400 copies of plasma HIV-1 RNA/mL. Of 189 enrolled children, 179 received all three doses. Two hundred and eighty five (64%) of 445 adverse events were injection site reactions; none were greater than grade 2. Of 6 Serious Adverse Events (SAEs), none were considered vaccine related. Seroconversion to HPV-18, 16, 11, 6 at month 7 occurred in 93.3%, 98.3%, 97.2% and 99.6% of vaccine recipients; similar rates have been reported in historical controls. The mean log10 HPV antibody titer measured at month 7 increased with each log10 increase in CD4 by 1.4 (95% CI: 1.1-1.7) for HPV-18; 1.2 (0.9-1.4) for HPV-16; 1.1 (0.8-1.3) for HPV-11; 0.7 (0.5-1.0) for HPV-6 (all p < 0.0001).


Almost all Kenyan HIV-1-infected adolescents mounted an immune response comparable to other immunized populations. HPV antibody titers were higher in those with preserved CD4 cell counts. Longer term-follow up will determine sustainability of the immune response. number, NCT00557245.