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Title: How should HIV programmes respond to evidence for the benefits of earlier treatment initiation? A combined analysis of twelve mathematical models
Authors: World Health Organization
Eaton, Jeffrey W
Menzies, Nicolas A
Stover, John
Cambiano, Valentina
Chindelevitch, Leonid
Cori, Anne
Hontelez, Jan A C
Humair, Salal
Kerr, Cliff C
Klein, Daniel J
Mishra, Sharmistha
Mitchell, Kate M
Nichols, Brooke E
Vickerman, Peter
Bakker, Roel
Bärnighausen, Till
Bershteyn, Anna
Bloom, David E
Boily, Marie-Claude
Chang, Stewart T
Cohen, Ted
Dodd, Peter J
Fraser, Christophe
Gopalappa, Chaitra
Lundgren, Jens
Martin, Natasha K
Mikkelsen, Evelinn
Mountain, Elisa
Pham, Quang D
Pickles, Michael
Phillips, Andrew
Platt, Lucy
Pretorius, Carel
Prudden, Holly J
Salomon, Joshua A
Vijver, David A M C van de
Vlas, Sake J de
Wagner, Bradley G
White, Richard G
Wilson, David P
Zhang, Lei
Blandford, John
Meyer-Rath, Gesine
Remme, Michelle
Revill, Paul
Sangrujee, Nalinee
Terris-Prestholt, Fern
Doherty, Meg
Shaffer, Nathan
Easterbrook, Philippa J
Hirnschall, Gottfried
Hallett, Timothy B
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: World Health Organization
Place of publication: Geneva
Language: English
Description: 22 p.
Subject: HIV Infections
Anti-Retroviral Agents
Drug Monitoring
Context: drug therapy
administration and dosage
Gov't Doc #: WHO/HIV/2013.56
URI: http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/93524
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