Computers can predict effects of HIV policies
July 29, 2012 Editor 0
(Brown University) Policymakers in the fight against HIV/AIDS may have to wait years, even decades, to know whether strategic choices among possible interventions are effective. How can they make informed choices in an age of limited funding? A reliable, well-calibrated, predictive computer simulation to be presented by a Brown University researcher could be a great help.
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