AIDS Epidemiology: A Quantitative Approach

By: BROOKMEYER, Ron &

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AIDS Epidemiology: A Quantitative Approach by BROOKMEYER, Ron & GAIL, Mitchell H
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Oxford University Press, 1994. Hardcover. Condition vg in dj. "In addition to a comprehensive discussion of methods for gauging the extent of the epidemic and forecasting AIDS incidence, this book presents methods and results concerning the risks of HIV transmission, the incubation period of HIV infection, markers of disease progression, prevention strategies, including strategies to protect the blood supply, and the evaluation of treatments and vaccines. These topics are presented quantitatively, with an emphasis on the strengths and weaknesses of available data. The book highlights how a naive statistical approach to the design or analysis of such studies can lead to seriously misleading results. The various methods of monitoring and forecasting HIV disease and AIDS incidence are given thorough treatment. These methods include back-calculation, which the authors developed; interpretations of survey data on HIV prevalence and incidence; mathematical models for HIV transmission; and approaches that combine different types of epidemiological data". 354pp. ISBN 0195076419. 11436 .

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