Using viral load data to monitor HIV burden and treatment outcomes in the United States
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Using viral load data to monitor HIV burden and treatment outcomes in the United States
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    February 2012

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    cdc:28147 Reporting viral load and CD4 counts is a critical first step in calculating community viral load—a key action step called for in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. In August 2011, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released Guidance on Community Viral Load: Measures, Definitions, and Methods for Calculation to describe the concept of community viral load and provide definitions of and methods for calculating community viral load and related measures. The Guidance proposes common language for viral load (VL) measurements, which include four measures of viral load for an HIV-infected population. The HIV-infected population can be described by five component measures, depending on what information is available on the level of care, viral load, and diagnosis. using-viral-load-data-monitor-hiv-burden-treatment-outcomes.pdf
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