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Fig. 3

From: Mortality along the continuum of HIV care in Rwanda: a model-based analysis

Fig. 3

Mortality rate (defined as the number of deaths divided by 1000 person-years lived in the year) among people with HIV. The estimates are age-adjusted by providing an average of the mortality weighted by the proportion of individuals in each 5-year age group for each health state. Each panel contains overall HIV mortality rate (dashed black line, right-hand axis) and the mortality rate in different care continuum groups. The first panel represents the trends assuming base case level of care. Subsequent panels represent the trends with the indicated improvements to HIV care starting in 2014. A combined intervention with improvements to all aspects of HIV care is projected to lead to the greatest reduction in mortality rates

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