CD4 rate of increase is preferred to CD4 threshold for predicting outcomes among virologically suppressed HIV-infected adults on antiretroviral therapy

Sol Aldrete, Jeong Hoon Jang, Kirk A. Easley, Jason Okulicz, Tian Dai, Yi No Chen, Maria Pino, Brian K. Agan, Ryan C. Maves, Mirko Paiardini, Vincent C. Marconi

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