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Effect of population viral load on prospective HIV incidence in a hyperendemic rural African community

Frank Tanser,* Alain Vandormael, Diego Cuadros, Andrew N. Phillips, Tulio de Oliveira, Andrew Tomita, Till Bärnighausen, Deenan Pillay

*Corresponding author. Email: ftanser{at}gmail.com

Published 13 December 2017, Sci. Transl. Med. 9, eaam8012 (2017)
DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.aam8012

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  • Fig. S1. Proportion of facility-based viral loads of >50,000 copies/ml by sex for the year 2011.
  • Table S1. Results of the multivariable analysis (Cox proportional hazard model) to examine the relationship between risk of HIV acquisition and three PVL measures constructed from the HIV-positive cases of a population-based survey.
  • Table S2. Results of the multivariable analysis (Cox proportional hazard model) to examine the relationship between risk of HIV acquisition and three PVL measures constructed from the HIV-positive and HIV-negative cases of a population-based survey.
  • Table S3. Results of the multivariable analysis (Cox proportional hazard model) to examine the relationship between the risk of HIV acquisition for females and the three PVL measures.
  • Table S4. Results of the multivariable analysis (Cox proportional hazard model) to examine the relationship between the risk of HIV acquisition for males and the three PVL measures.
  • Table S5. Results of the multivariable analysis (Cox proportional hazard model) to examine the relationship between the risk of HIV acquisition for females and the three PVL measures.
  • Table S6. Results of the multivariable analysis (Cox proportional hazard model) to examine the relationship between the risk of HIV acquisition for males and the three PVL measures.
  • Table S7. Summary statistics: Viral load measurements by sex and age for the routine facility–based data.
  • Table S8. Results of the multivariable analysis (Cox proportional hazard model) to examine the relationship between risk of HIV acquisition and three PVL measures constructed from the routine facility–based survey data.
  • Table S9. Kulldorff spatial clustering results for the PVL measures shown in Fig. 2.

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