Methods for estimating HIV incidence
This article provides a summary of current issues and recommended methods for estimating HIV incidence, including cohort studies for direct measures of incidence, mathematical models that can be used to estimate incidence indirectly from HIV prevalence data and biological assays based on HIV antigen or antibody measurements to distinguish recent from established HIV infections.
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