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HIV incidence declines in a rural South African population: a G-imputation approach for inference (BMC Public Health)
 


Ad hoc assumptions about the unobserved infection event, which is known only to occur between the latest-negative and earliest-positive test dates, can lead to biased HIV incidence rate estimates. Using a G-im...


 
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