HIV-1 infection in rural Africa: is there a difference in median time to AIDS and survival compared with that in industrialized countries?

@article{Morgan2002HIV1II,
  title={HIV-1 infection in rural Africa: is there a difference in median time to AIDS and survival compared with that in industrialized countries?},
  author={D. Morgan and C. Mah{\'e} and B. Mayanja and J. M. Okongo and R. Lubega and J. Whitworth},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2002},
  volume={16},
  pages={597-603}
}
  • D. Morgan, C. Mahé, +3 authors J. Whitworth
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • AIDS
  • Objectives To describe the progression times of HIV-1 infection from seroconversion to AIDS and to death, and time from first developing AIDS to death in rural Uganda. Also, to describe the proportion of individuals within the cohort dying with AIDS and the CD4 lymphocyte count before death. Design A prospective, longitudinal, population-based cohort. Methods Since 1990, 107 HIV-prevalent cases, 168 incident cases and 235 HIV-seronegative controls have been recruited into a cohort in rural… CONTINUE READING
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