By Mitchell H. Gail, Philip S. Rosenberg (auth.), Nicholas P. Jewell, Klaus Dietz, Vernon T. Farewell (eds.)
In 1974, the Societal Institute of the Mathematical Sciences (SIMS) initiated a chain of five-day learn program meetings (RAC's) at Alta, Utah, for the aim of probing intensive societal fields in mild in their receptivity to mathematical and statistical research. the 1st 11 meetings addressed ecosystems, epidemiology, strength, environmental well-being, time sequence and ecological procedures, strength and healthiness, power conversion and fluid mechanics, environmental epidemiology: threat evaluation, atomic bomb survival info: usage and research, modem statistical equipment in continual affliction epidemiology and medical matters in quantitative melanoma probability examine ment. those lawsuits are end result of the the 12th convention on Statistical method for examine of the AIDS Epidemic which used to be held in 1991 on the Mathematical Sciences learn Institute, Berkeley, California. for 5 days, forty five audio system and observers contributed their services within the suitable biology and information. The shows have been well timed and the dialogue used to be either enlightening and every now and then lively. participants of this system Committee for the convention have been Klaus Dietz (University of Tiibingen, Germany), Vernon T. Farewell (University of Waterloo, Ontario), and Nicholas P. Jewell (University of California, Berke ley) (Chair). The convention was once supported by means of a provide to SIMS from the nationwide Institute of Drug Abuse. D. L. Thomsen, Jr.
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Gail and Rosenberg 16 et al, 1989) or by multiple CD4 levels (Longini, 1990; Longini et aI, 1990). An attractive feature of the Stage model used by Brookmeyer (1991), is that one can assume that only those AIDS-free people, in state 2 receive AZT, which reflects the early patterns of AZT use in 1987. From the progressive nature of the model, it is clear that treating only the relatively small numbers of patients with severe immunodeficiency can have an important impact on the population incu bation distri bu tion.
Biggar et al. 11990) exclud ing those stud ied by Hessol et al. (19891 - - - Gay Men . Bacchett i 119901 .. ... Hemophiliacs >30 years at infection. Goedert et al. 11989 1 • _ . Hemophiliacs 18·30 yea rs at infection . Goedert et al. ( 1989) ..... co (l) >- /' (l) " ..... a. 1 .. --------- -- .... L 1 0----l 11 YEARS SINCE INFECTION Figure 1. Smoothed estimates of the hazard of AIDS. Spline models using AIDS incidence data through 1 January, 1987 are presented for gay men studied by Hessol et al (1989), gay men studied by Biggar et al (1990) who were not in the cohort studied by Hessol et aI, and hemophiliacs studied by Goedert et al (1989) and stratified by age group.
B ... , •• 1 , •• , 1' ,I"" O~~~__- L_ _~_ _ _ _~_ _L -_ _~_ _~_ _~_ _ _ _~_ _~_ _~ 00 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Years since Infection Figure 5. Hazard functions used in sensitivity analyses for the natural history incubation distribution. The "Standard" and "Fast Weibull" distributions are defined in the legend to Figure 3. 01 per year beginning at year 8. The solid locus corresponds to the natural history incubation used in the Stage model of Brookmeyer (1991).
AIDS Epidemiology: Methodological Issues by Mitchell H. Gail, Philip S. Rosenberg (auth.), Nicholas P. Jewell, Klaus Dietz, Vernon T. Farewell (eds.)