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  • HIV treatment as prevention : debate and commentary : will early infection compromise treatment-as-prevention strategies? 

    Cohen, Myron S.; Dye, Christopher; Fraser, Christophe; Miller, William C.; Powers, Kimberly A.; Williams, Brian G. (Public Library of Science (PLOS), 2012-07)
    Universal HIV testing and immediate antiretroviral therapy for infected individuals has been proposed as a way of reducing the transmission of HIV and thereby bringing the HIV epidemic under control. It is unclear whether ...
  • Nutrition, diabetes and tuberculosis in the epidemiological transition 

    Dye, Christopher; Trunz, Bernadette Bourdin; Lonnroth, Knut; Roglic, Gojka; Williams, Brian G. (Public Library of Science (PLOS), 2011-06)
    Background: Diabetes prevalence and body mass index reflect the nutritional profile of populations but have opposing effects on tuberculosis risk. Interactions between diabetes and BMI could help or hinder TB control in ...
  • The potential impact of male circumcision on HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa 

    Williams, Brian G.; Lloyd-Smith, James O.; Gouws, Eleanor; Hankins, Catherine; Getz, Wayne M.; Hargrove, John; De Zoysa, Isabelle; Dye, Christopher; Auvert, Bertran (Public Library of Science -- PLoS, 2006-07)
    Background A randomized controlled trial (RCT) has shown that male circumcision (MC) reduces sexual transmission of HIV from women to men by 60% (32% 76%; 95% CI) offering an intervention of proven efficacy for reducing ...