Dramatic improvement in survival among adult Brazilian AIDS patients

@article{Marins2003DramaticII,
  title={Dramatic improvement in survival among adult Brazilian AIDS patients},
  author={J. Marins and L. Jamal and Sanny Y. Chen and M. B. Barros and E. Hudes and Aristides Barbosa and P. Chequer and P. Teixeira and N. Hearst},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2003},
  volume={17},
  pages={1675-1682}
}
Background: Since the last study of survival time among Brazilian AIDS patients, care has improved steadily, culminating in a controversial policy of universal free access to triple antiretroviral treatment since 1996. This large, national study examined how these changes have impacted survival. Methods: Using national data for cases diagnosed in 1995 and 1996, we randomly selected 3930 adult AIDS cases from 18 cities in seven states representing all regions of Brazil. Trained abstracters… Expand
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