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AbstractConsiderable progress has been made in the development of approaches for HIV incidence estimation based on a cross-sectional survey for biomarkers of recent infection. Multiple biomarkers when used in combination can increase the precision of cross-sectional HIV incidence estimates....
AbstractIn epidemiological studies, the complete history of the disease system is seldom available; for example, we rarely observe the infection times of individuals but rather dates of diagnosis/disease reporting. The method of back-calculation together with prior knowledge about the...
AbstractInvestigators can choose to analyze different patient populations in clinical trials. The different analysis populations answer different types of research questions, estimate different quantities, and evaluate the robustness of the trial results. Various analysis populations have...
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