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We obtained secondary data from the HIV/AIDS Monitoring Program at the Builsa District hospital, in which HIV patients were enrolled and their CD4 cell counts were being regularly monitored and thus generating repeated measures of CD4 counts.
We could not tell whether patients on treatment increases or decreases in CD4 counts over time.
The study was to investigate whether treatment and some social-economic factors influenced patients CD4 count after a period of treatment.
Profile analysis was used to study the pattern of change in the CD4 count.
Mixed effects modeling approach was also used for modeling the CD4 counts of the patients and to describe the relationship
The author, Mustapha Adams currently lives in Ghana and heads the Department of Mathematics and Science at Holy Family Senior High School, Hamile.
He had his Bachelor of Science degree in Actuarial Science from University for Development Studies, Tamale (Ghana) in 2010.
He also graduated with Master of Science in Biometry from the same University.
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