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Reply to: Beta human papillomaviruses and skin cancer

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All authors who wrote the original manuscript and formulated its conclusions (J.D.S., J.L.M., A.B.J., J.J., S.D.) contributed to this response; J.D.S., J.L.M. and S.D. wrote the response; A.B.J. and J.J reviewed and edited the response.

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Strickley, J.D., Messerschmidt, J.L., Jenson, A.B. et al. Reply to: Beta human papillomaviruses and skin cancer. Nature 588, E22–E23 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-3024-z

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