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Volume 22, Number 3—March 2016

Effects of Response to 2014–2015 Ebola Outbreak on Deaths from Malaria, HIV/AIDS, and Tuberculosis, West Africa

Alyssa S. Parpia1, Martial L. Ndeffo-Mbah1Comments to Author , Natasha S. Wenzel, and Alison P. Galvani
Author affiliations: Yale School of Public Health, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

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Table 2

Model calibration results compared to empirical data from the 2013 Global Burden of Diseases Study of situation before the start of the 2014–2015 Ebola outbreak, for deaths due to malaria, HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis*

Country Average no. deaths (range)
GBD Study Model GBD Study Model GBD Study Model
Guinea 11,591
(4,817–19,932) 15,200
(4,370–20,330) 4,913
(2,774–7,956) 5,832
(2,916–7,920) 3,479
(2,696–4,378) 3,519
Liberia 2,111
(603–4,420) 2,100
(700–4,200) 1,741
(1,062–2,652) 1,548
(1,062–2,652) 1,394
(1,081–1,843) 1,400
Sierra Leone


*GBD, Global Burden of Diseases (5,24).

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1These joint first authors contributed equally to this article.

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