Linda H. Y. Yau

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Noncompliance is a common challenge in the analysis and interpretation of prevention trials. The authors describe new formulations of the problem based on D. B. Rubin's (1974, 1978) causal model. The formulations help clarify assumptions underlying estimation procedures and yield more efficient methods of estimation. The authors apply the methods to a trial(More)
PURPOSE Renal impairment in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients could potentially be caused by many factors. HIV-related renal impairment risks have been little studied in African Americans and Hispanics. We investigated the impact of HIV itself, highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), comorbidities, and non-HIV-related drug treatment(More)
In a retrospective database study at two HIV treatment centres, medical records were accessed to evaluate long-term efficacy and safety parameters in all HIV-infected adults who had achieved HIV-1 RNA <50 copies/mL following the initiation of fosamprenavir (FPV)/ritonavir (RTV) 1400 mg/100 mg once-daily (QD)-containing regimens between January 2004 and(More)
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