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Estimating the burden of HIV late presentation and its attributable morbidity and mortality across Europe 2010–2016
BMC Infectious Diseases
Background Late presentation (LP), defined as a CD4 count < 350/mm3 or an AIDS-event at HIV-diagnosis, remains a significant problem across Europe. Linking cohort and surveillance data, we assessed the country-specific burden of LP during 2010–2016 and the occurrence of new AIDS events or deaths within 12 months of HIV-diagnosis believed to be attributable to LP. Methods Country-specific percentages of LP and AIDS-events/death rates (assessed with Poisson regression) observed in Thedoi:10.1186/s12879-020-05261-7 pmid:33028235 fatcat:5is2rn2plza7bfavhl3nniworu