Survival and progression of HIV disease in women attending GUM/HIV clinics in Britain and Ireland. Study Group for the MRC Collaborative Study of HIV Infection in Women.

@article{Stephenson1999SurvivalAP,
  title={Survival and progression of HIV disease in women attending GUM/HIV clinics in Britain and Ireland. Study Group for the MRC Collaborative Study of HIV Infection in Women.},
  author={J. Stephenson and A. Griffioen and H. Woronowski and A. Phillips and A. Petruckevitch and R. Keenlyside and A. Johnson and J. Anderson and R. Melville and D. Jeffries and J. Norman and S. Barton and S. Chard and K. Sibley and M. Mitchelmore and R. Brettle and S. Morris and P. O'Dornen and J. Russell and L. Overington-Hickford and N. O’Farrell and J. Chappell and R. Mulcahy and J. Moseley and F. Lyons and J. R. Welch and D. Graham and M. Fadojutimi and Kitchen and C. Wells and G. Byrne and J. Tobin and L. Tucker and Harindra and D. Mercey and E. Allason-Jones and L. Campbell and R. French and M. Johnson and A. Reid and D. Farmer and N. Saint and A. Olaitan and S. Madge and G. Forster and M. Phillips and K. Sampson and A. Nayagam and J. Edlin and C. Bradbeer and A. D. Ruiter and L. Hargreaves and C. Doyle and Mrc Collaborative Study Hiv Infection Women},
  journal={Sexually transmitted infections},
  year={1999},
  volume={75 4},
  pages={
          247-52
        }
}
  • J. Stephenson, A. Griffioen, +51 authors Mrc Collaborative Study Hiv Infection Women
  • Published 1999
  • Medicine
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • OBJECTIVES To describe the pattern of clinical disease in women with HIV infection and to examine the effect of potential cofactors, including oral contraceptive use, alcohol and smoking, ethnic group, and route of HIV transmission, on progression to AIDS and death. DESIGN Prospective observational cohort study. SETTING 15 HIV and genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics in Britain and Ireland. PARTICIPANTS 505 women aged over 18 years with a positive HIV antibody test entered the study… CONTINUE READING
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