P3.169 Human leukocyte antigen (HLA) B*18 and protection against mother- to-child hiv type1 transmission

Njeri Mbugua
2017 Epidemiology, Monitoring and Evaluation   unpublished
114 and 2014-109. The modelled Ct incidence for 2015 increased to 114/1000 py. The screening rate fell from a high of 85% in 2011 to a low of 71% in 2012, with subsequent improvement to 81% in 2015. Conclusion Reported Ct incidence in Army women is related to the actual infection rate and the percentage of at-risk women screened. Ct surveillance programs must review medical report and screening data to improve burden estimates. Incidence projections help assess the magnitude of observed
more » ... ance changes and identify the probable number of missed infections.
doi:10.1136/sextrans-2017-053264.404 fatcat:2t6d2x4phzafnpzii7nfcqo3da