Mortality

All-cause mortality in HIV-positive adults starting combination antiretroviral therapy: correcting for loss to follow-up
Paper on methods to develop improved estimates for loss to follow-up developed as part of the collaboration between the IeDEA and MeSH consortia - "All-cause mortality in HIV-positive adults starting combination antiretroviral therapy: correcting for loss to follow-up" Anderegg et al AIDS 2017, 31 (Suppl 1):S31–S40.
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Outcomes of HIV-positive patients lost to follow-up in African treatment programmes
This systematic review paper on which Dr Kathrin Zurcher a member of Matthias Egger's group at Bern University is lead author is a collaboration between the MeSH and IeDEA consortia - studies are included in which tracing was carried out to determine the outcomes of those lost follow-up from HIV treatment programmes in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Video presentation on the HIV Prevention Cascade by Professor James Hargreaves
James Hargreaves - Director of the MeSH Consortium gave a presentation on the HIV Prevention Cascade at LSHTM in September 2016 . This talk was linked to the Special edition of the Lancet HIV on the HIV prevention cascade in which he wrote one paper developing a theoretical framework for the prevention cascade and contribute to two others.
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Trends in the burden of HIV mortality after roll-out of antiretroviral therapy in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: an observational community cohort study
This paper on which Dr Georges Reniers - MeSH Consortium member is lead author, investiagtes the changes in mortality in terms of the gains in life expectancy associated with the roll-out of ART at a rural research site in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.Link to Journal Site

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