Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, September 26th, 2006
Study 1: The Yakovlev cure rate model was used to predict the age at which HIV infection can be detected in infants.
According to a study from France, "The Yakovlev parametric cure rate model was used to study the age at which HIV-1 infection can be detected in nonbreast-fed infants and the independent predictors of transmission.
"Blood samples from 145 HIV-1-negative at birth infants born to HIV-1-positive untreated mothers were tested until 15 months. The age at actual detection and at potential detection providing daily tests was studied. The former was...
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