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Friday, December 13, 2013
HIV and AIDS
Do Published Data Refelct Those of Infected or Noninfected Individuals
Do the published expected frequencies of acute retroviral symptoms (eg. Fever: >90%) normally refer to frequencies out of infected people samples or out of infected people presenting symptoms samples?
The reported frequency of symptoms refers to the proportion of people who have the acute retroviral syndrome.
Peter T Frame, MD
Emeritus Professor of Clinical Medicine
College of Medicine
University of Cincinnati