How important is the acute phase in HIV epidemiology?

  title={How important is the acute phase in HIV epidemiology?},
  author={Brian G. Williams},
At present, the best hope for eliminating HIV transmission and bringing the epidemic of HIV to an end lies in the use of anti-retroviral therapy for prevention, a strategy referred to variously as Test and Treat (T&T), Treatment as Prevention (TasP) or Treatment centred Prevention (TcP). One of the key objections to the use of T&T to stop transmission concerns the role of the acute phase in HIV transmission. The acute phase of infection lasts for one to three months after HIVseroconversion… CONTINUE READING
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