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An application of Bayesian Network modelling to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Philippines
Historically, the Philippines was one of the few countries that had not faced a large HIV epidemic. This thesis evaluated the current epidemiology, trends in behaviour and public health response in the Philippines to identify factors that could account for the HIV epidemic just prior to a recent epidemiological outbreak, and found that the likely reasons for the epidemic's slow development include: the country's geography is complicated; injecting drug use is relatively uncommon; a culture ofdoi:10.26190/unsworks/18405 fatcat:ushz2kjbozegnm67ujgt2vcfne