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Figure 2. From: Efficacy dilution in randomized placebo-controlled vaginal microbicide trials.

Overall expected effectiveness and total dilution effect. For the four different scenarios described in Table S3 (see Table S3 in additional file 3) and as a function of the true efficacy of a candidate microbicide (ET), Panel A shows the results for the overall expected effectiveness (Eall) and Panel B shows the results for the total dilution effect (D).

Benoît R Mâsse, et al. Emerg Themes Epidemiol. 2009;6:5-5.
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Figure 1. From: Efficacy dilution in randomized placebo-controlled vaginal microbicide trials.

Expected effectiveness for different source of dilution. For different level of true efficacy of a candidate microbicide; ET = 25%, 50%, and 75%; Panel A shows the results for the dilution due to adherence (Ea), Panel B shows the results for the dilution due to HIV infections from anal intercourse (Es), Panel C shows the results for the dilution from time off-product due to pregnancy (Eo), and Panel D shows the results for the dilution due to the efficacy of the placebo gel (Eb).

Benoît R Mâsse, et al. Emerg Themes Epidemiol. 2009;6:5-5.

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