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Volume 11, Number 9—September 2005

Research

Malaria Attributable to the HIV-1 Epidemic, Sub-Saharan Africa

Eline L. Korenromp*†Comments to Author , Brian G. Williams*, Sake J. de Vlas†, Eleanor Gouws‡, Charles F. Gilks*, Peter D. Ghys‡, and Bernard L. Nahlen*
Author affiliations: *World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; †Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; ‡Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, Geneva, Switzerland

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Modeled time trends in CD4 count distributions (per microliter) among HIV-infected adults in selected African countries. Madagascar: example of a rising HIV-1 epidemic at low grade; Ghana: example of a stable epidemic at low grade; Uganda: example of a high-grade epidemic that has declined and leveled off; South Africa: example of a high-grade epidemic that recently started leveling off.

Figure 2. . Modeled time trends in CD4 count distributions (per microliter) among HIV-infected adults in selected African countries. Madagascar: example of a rising HIV-1 epidemic at low grade; Ghana: example of a stable epidemic at low grade; Uganda: example of a high-grade epidemic that has declined and leveled off; South Africa: example of a high-grade epidemic that recently started leveling off.

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