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Recent scientific findings have demonstrated the efficacy and effectiveness of antiretroviral therapy (ART) for preventing transmission in heterosexual partnerships.
The difficulty of choosing a strategy for allocating transmission-blocking interventions stems from an incomplete picture of the epidemiological drivers of generalized HIV epidemics, such as the ep
Mathematical models of ART and PrEP have been used to assess the risk of drug resistance on the individual and population level.
Several mathematical models that simulate HIV infection and disease progression have been developed to investigate the impact of expanding access to ART on the incidence of HIV (the number of new i
Mathematical modelling is used to investigate the potential impact of treatment on HIV incidence but substantial uncertainties will remain because information on all the factors that could influenc
The EMOD model for HIV was compared to several other HIV models in an article by Eaton et al. published in PLoS Medicine.