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By the time the first HIV screening test was available in 1985, there were 8,408 reported cases of AIDS and 6,305 AIDS-related deaths in the US. a. What was the cumulative incidence rate? What was the case-fatality rate? b. Compare this to the cumulative incidence and fatality rates first reported in the movie and to 2012 incidence and fatality rates. i. What would have happened if CDC had more support to investigate the initial outbreak? ii. What changes in policy and medicine have improved the life span of HIV positive individuals?

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