Survival with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Experience with 5833 cases in New York City.

@article{Rothenberg1987SurvivalWT,
  title={Survival with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Experience with 5833 cases in New York City.},
  author={Robert Rothenberg and M J Woelfel and Rand L. Stoneburner and John Milberg and Robert Y. Parker and Benedict I. Truman},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={1987},
  volume={317 21},
  pages={1297-302}
}
In a cohort of 5833 subjects in whom the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) was diagnosed in New York City before 1986, the cumulative probability of survival (mean +/- SE) was 48.8 +/- 0.7 percent at one year and 15.2 +/- 1.8 percent at five years. The group with the most favorable survival rate--white homosexual men 30 to 34 years old who presented with Kaposi's sarcoma only--had a one-year cumulative probability of survival of 80.5 percent; that group was used as the reference group… CONTINUE READING
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