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Although human T-cell lymphotropic viruses (HTLV-1/2) were described over 30 years ago, they are relatively unknown to the public and even to healthcare personnel. Although HTLV-1 is associated with severe illnesses, these occur in only approximately 10% of infected individuals, which may explain the lack of public knowledge about them. However, cohort(More)
In recent literature the truncated normal distribution has been used to model the stochastic structure for variety of random structures. In this paper the sensitivity of the t-random variable under a left truncated normal population is explored. Simulation results are used to assess the errors associated with estimating the reliabilities, over a range of(More)
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