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"We went to the mall around Christmas and it was packed," John said. "Autumn was about 3 years old and she had some sensory things. We went into Old Navy, and Old Navy has a particular smell and Autumn did not like that smell.




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When she's not modeling or taking on a new extracurricular, Autumn is a typical 11-year-old. She loves dogs and traveling and has a thing for snack foods. She enjoys playing pranks on her parents, especially hiding from them.


When her booking photo was released after her arrest, her face was bruised and she had dark circles under her eyes.Now, the 28-year-old, sporting a dark Mohawk, reflects on how she ended up behind bars.


A substantial burden of disease results from persistent human papillomavirus (HPV) infections. For example, there were approximately 11,000 new cases of HPV-caused cervical cancer (CC) and 2800 deaths in Japan in 2017 [1]. Evidence from population-based cancer registries from three Japanese prefectures (Yamagata, Fukui, and Nagasaki) suggests that age-standardized CC incidence has been increasing since 1997 at a rate of 2.6% per year [2]. HPV also causes genital warts and recurrent respiratory papillomatosis (RRP) and cancers of the vagina, vulva, penis, anus, and oropharynx [3]. For example, 61 per 100,000 new cases of genital warts among men and women were diagnosed in 2015 in Japan [4]. Age-standardized incidence of other HPV-related cancers in 2018 in Japan ranged from 0.1 to 1.5 per 100,000 [5] . The economic burden associated with HPV disease in Japan is high and increasing over time. For example, the cost of illness from cervical cancer increased by 66%, from 96.1 billion in 1996 to 159.9 billion in 2011 [6].


A bivalent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine (HPV types 16 and 18) was licensed in Japan in 2009. In 2011, a quadrivalent (4vHPV) vaccine (HPV 6, 11, 16, and 18) was approved and indicated for use in girls and women for the prevention of cervical cancer and precursor lesions, vulvar and vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia, and genital warts. However, a 9-valent (9vHPV) HPV vaccine (HPV 6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, and 58), introduced in many countries since 2014, was recently approved in Japan [9]. Also, none of these HPV vaccines are currently available for use in males in Japan.


The cost effectiveness of the 9vHPV vaccine has been evaluated in many countries, particularly those with established 4vHPV vaccine programs [16]. In the United States, cost effectiveness of the 9vHPV vaccine compared with the 2vHPV and 4vHPV vaccines has been demonstrated using established vaccine prices [17, 18] In the United Kingdom the cost effectiveness of 9vHPV was analyzed, though it was not explicitly compared to the 4vHPV (4vHPV girls only vaccination was compared to 4vHPV gender neutral vaccination, and 9vHPV girls only vaccination was compared to 9vHPV gender neutral vaccination) . Incremental price thresholds for the 9vHPV vaccine compared to 4vHPV have been investigated in several other countries [19,20,21].. In a majority of GAVI-eligible countries with negotiated vaccine prices, it was found that the 9vHPV vaccine would be cost effective compared to 2vHPV vaccination, even under favorable cross-protection assumptions for 2vHPV [22]. Information on the public health impact and cost-effectiveness of various HPV vaccination strategies of will be useful to more properly inform future policy decision makers in Japan. To our knowledge, no previous study has considered the cost effectiveness of the 9vHPV vaccine in Japan. In the United Kingdom the cost effectiveness of 9vHPV was analyzed, though it was not explicitly compared to the 4vHPV (4vHPV girls only vaccination was compared to 4vHPV gender neutral vaccination, and 9vHPV girls only vaccination was compared to 9vHPV gender neutral vaccination) [23]. In a majority of GAVI-eligible countries with negotiated vaccine prices, it was found that the 9vHPV vaccine would be cost effective compared to 2vHPV vaccination, even under favorable cross-protection assumptions for 2vHPV [22]. To our knowledge, no previous study has considered the cost effectiveness of the 9vHPV vaccine in Japan.


Solutions of these epidemiological models for each vaccination strategy consist of numerical functions that describes the number of individuals in each compartment over time. The solved functions are then aggregated into familiar epidemiological variables such as new cases and number of individuals living with cancer over time.


The continuous-time economic model uses output from the epidemiological models such as new cases to calculate various types of costs for each vaccination strategy. For example, new cases of cervical cancer at each time are multiplied by lifetime discounted cost per case to obtain healthcare costs of cervical cancer. Similarly, multiplication of number of doses by cost per dose gives total vaccination cost for a given strategy. Numerical functions representing the number of individuals in each compartment, whether living with disease or not, are multiplied by corresponding health utilities and integrated over time to obtain quality-adjusted life years (QALYs). Cost effectiveness of a vaccination strategy relative to a comparator is evaluated using the incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) obtained by dividing incremental total discounted costs by the incremental total discounted number of QALYs.


Routine vaccination with a 9-valent vaccine with a catch up to age 26 among girls was found to be the most cost-effective strategy, averting many cancers and deaths and improving the quality of life of both men and women in Japan. Even when considering only the diseases for which the HPV vaccine is indicated in Japan, vaccination was still found to be highly cost effective. We also found that strategies that did not include a catch-up program had higher ICERs than more effective strategies (weakly dominated). These results were robust in sensitivity analyses. We can thus conclude that the 9vHPV vaccine with catch up is the most cost-effective strategy, whether we consider all diseases, or only the diseases as indicated for 9vHPV vaccine in Japan.


Furthermore, these results are consistent with other work that has been published. Konno et al. [36] assessed the clinical impact and cost effectiveness of HPV vaccination at age 12 using a Markov model. The estimated ICER ranged from 1.8 million/QALY when vaccinating only 12-year old girls to 2.8 million per QALY when vaccinating all 10- to 45-year-old girls and women. Compared to ours, this study did not include herd protection effects and only included vaccine impact on HPV16/18-related cervical cancer and pre-cancer lesions.


Yamabe et al. [14] also assessed the epidemiological and economic impact of the quadrivalent HPV vaccination on 2 strategies, only 12-year old girls vaccination and 12-year old girls vaccination with catch-up program for 12- to 24-year old in Japan using a transmission dynamic model. This study concluded that catch-up program as the most cost-effective strategy, with an ICER of 1,205,800/QALY when considering WTP threshold of 5000,000/QALY. However, this study did not consider 9vHPV vaccination nor prevention of non-cervical cancers.


We have also assumed that there is no coverage of the vaccine before 2020, while in actuality some girls were vaccinated in 2013 [38]. However, the vaccine coverage rate is low and drops off rapidly after 2013. But there are some vaccinated individuals in catchup cohorts that we consider unvaccinated in the model, which could overestimate the value of catch-up vaccination. This does not impact the value of routine vaccination strategies without catchup.


Increasingly, women and children are joining in this activity. British journalist Piers Morgan recently interviewed a 12-year-old girl, Aryanna Gourdin, from Utah and her father, Eli, trophy hunters both. The girl posted several photographs on social media of her with numerous dead animals, including a wildebeest, bear, zebra and a giraffe. The photos generated outrage across the world.


Tear Up This Book! by Keri SmithYour 8 year old girl will be thrilled to get this very popular American Girl gift book for fun, creativity, and crafts. My kids love this book.


Several cross-sectional studies have reported a positive association between exposure to beauty and fashion magazines and an increased level of weight concerns or eating disorder symptoms in girls. Field et al (16) found that the importance of thinness and trying to look like women on television, in movies or in magazines were predictive of young girls (9 to 14 years old) beginning to purge at least monthly. In another prospective study (17), this same group found that both boys and girls (aged 9 to 14 years old) who were making an effort to look like the figures in the media, were more likely than their peers to develop weight concerns and become constant dieters.


In a cross-sectional survey of 548 girls from grades 5 to 12, participants self-reported the frequency of reading fashion magazines, and attitudes and behaviours, including dieting and exercise. After controlling for weight status, school level and racial group, those who frequently read fashion magazines were twice as likely to have dieted and three times as likely to have initiated an exercise program to lose weight, than infrequent readers (11).


Fast forward 35 years to present day, and the actor is now a mother to three teens herself. Having married author and actor Panio Gianopoulos, the couple now share 12-year-old twins Adele and Roman Gianopoulos, as well as 17-year-old Mathilda Gianopoulos.


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