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The analysis of marker data from HIV positive patients has been the motivation for many new developments in applied statistics. As well as reviewing these methods, this paper considers the extent to which programs to implement them are available in current software. Particular areas of...
Some of the many ways in which mathematical biology and statistics have been used in investigating the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) epidemic are reviewed. Aspects of the spread of the disease via social and sexual networks are discussed. The different kinds of data involved are...
This paper reviews recent statistical advances in HIV/AIDS therapy trials. Our emphasis is on three emerging areas that address key challenges in AIDS research: the determination of optimal treatment sequences, estimating efficacy of intended treatment, and inference for repeated measures with...
Many statisticians have contributed to studies of the HIV epidemic and progression to AIDS. They have developed new statistical methodology, where needed, to address HIV-related issues. The transfer of methods from one area to another often involves a substantial delay. This paper points to...
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