An error occurred in the article by Dorell et al titled “Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Series Initiation and Completion, 2008-2009” published in the November 2011 issue of Pediatrics (2011;128[5]:830–839; originally published online October 7, 2011; doi:10.1542/peds.2011-0950). The error concerned rates of HPV vaccination completion among girls. On page 831, under the methods section, second paragraph, lines 19–26 read: “Because the third HPV vaccine dose is recommended to be administered 24 weeks after administration of the first dose, series completion was determined among girls who had received ≥1 HPV vaccine dose ≥24 weeks before the interview date.” However, on page 834, under Table 2 of the results section, the vaccination coverage estimates reported in the column ‘3 doses of HPV vaccine among those who initiated series’ were not reported among girls who had received ≥1 HPV vaccine dose ≥24 weeks before the interview date. They were reported among girls who received ≥1...

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