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Role of acute infection in HIV transmission/Authors' reply

Even if we regard all transmission that takes place in the fi rst 4.8 months as being in the acute phase, this still only accounts for 4% of all transmission. Since the incidence of HIV is now falling, the current proportion would be less than this. Because all model estimates are subject to structu... Full description

Journal Title: The Lancet Dec 3-Dec 9, 2011, Vol.378(9807), pp.1913; author reply 1914-5
Main Author: Williams, Brian
Other Authors: Granich, Reuben , Dye, Christopher , Hayes, Richard , White, Richard , Powers, Kimberly , Ghani, Azra , Miller, William , Pettifor, Audrey , Cohen, Myron
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  • Granich, Reuben
  • Dye, Christopher
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  • Miller, William
  • Pettifor, Audrey
  • Cohen, Myron
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  • HIV Seropositivity–Transmission
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  • Viral Load–Transmission
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  • Disease Transmission
  • Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome–AIDS
  • Epidemiology
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description: Even if we regard all transmission that takes place in the fi rst 4.8 months as being in the acute phase, this still only accounts for 4% of all transmission. Since the incidence of HIV is now falling, the current proportion would be less than this. Because all model estimates are subject to structural and parameter uncertainty, we would be interested to know Powers and colleagues' thoughts on the following aspects of their study.
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abstractEven if we regard all transmission that takes place in the fi rst 4.8 months as being in the acute phase, this still only accounts for 4% of all transmission. Since the incidence of HIV is now falling, the current proportion would be less than this. Because all model estimates are subject to structural and parameter uncertainty, we would be interested to know Powers and colleagues' thoughts on the following aspects of their study.
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