Network-related mechanisms may help explain long-term HIV-1 seroprevalence levels that remain high but do not approach population-group saturation.

@article{Friedman2000NetworkrelatedMM,
  title={Network-related mechanisms may help explain long-term HIV-1 seroprevalence levels that remain high but do not approach population-group saturation.},
  author={Samuel R Friedman and Benny J Kottiri and Alan Neaigus and Richard Curtis and Sten H Vermund and D C Des Jarlais},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={152 10},
  pages={913-22}
}
In many cities, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-1 seroprevalence among drug injectors stabilizes at 30-70% for many years without secondary outbreaks that increase seroprevalence by 15% or more. The authors considered how HIV-1 incidence can remain moderate at seroprevalence levels that would give maximum incidence. Previously suggested answers include… CONTINUE READING