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Millions of New HIV Infections Can be Averted, YSPH Model Predicts

Though there have been extraordinary advances in HIV/AIDS treatment in the past several years, the disease remains a serious health concern worldwide. Promising developments in HIV vaccines are occurring all the time, but their potential long-term impact is still unknown. Using a novel mathematical model, a team at the Yale School of Public Health predicts that vaccines used in concert with other interventions have the potential to avert several million cases of the disease in the coming years.

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Published: Tuesday, April 11, 2017