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Sex Transm Infect. Apr 2002; 78(Suppl 1): i159–i163.
PMCID: PMC1765823

Risk network structure in the early epidemic phase of HIV transmission in Colorado Springs

Abstract

This study describes the risk network structure of persons with HIV infection during its early epidemic phase in Colorado Springs, USA, using analysis of community-wide HIV/AIDS contact tracing records (sexual and injecting drug partners) from 1985 to 1999. Paired partner information from other STD/HIV programme records was used to augment network connections. Analyses were conducted with and without this supplemental information. The results suggest that a combined dendritic and cyclic structural network pattern is associated with low to moderate HIV propagation in Colorado Springs, and may account for the absence of intense propagation of the virus.


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