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AIDS survival and progression in black Africans living in south London, 1986-1994
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Objectives: To describe the rate of progression to AIDS and survival following AIDS diagnosis in HIV-infected Africans living in London. To identify factors influencing progression and outcome of disease. Design: Retrospectively constructed prevalent cohort. Setting: Outpatient clinic population, London. Subjects: HIV-infected individuals of African origin presenting between January 1986 and October 1994. Main outcome measures: AIDS indicator illness; cumulative survival probabilities to AIDSdoi:10.1136/sti.72.1.12 fatcat:clwpunr7efaudexja2bibitzpu