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Title: Clinical Impact and Cost-effectiveness of Diagnosing HIV Infection During Early Infancy in South Africa : Test Timing and Frequency
Authors: Francke, Jordan A;Penazzato, Martina;Hou, Taige;Abrams, Elaine J;Maclean, Rachel L;Myer, Landon;Walensky, Rochelle P
subject: 150 000 infant hiv;5 million human immunode;birth testing;cost-effectiveness;early infant hiv diagnosis;fi ciency virus;HIV;human immunode fi ciency;infected women become pregnant;infections;more than 1;nucleic acid test;resulting;Virus;without antir
Year: 2016
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
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URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejpb.2016.08.005
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volume: Volume 214
issue: Issue 9
month: November
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