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Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về hóa học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học đề tài : A decade of modelling research yields considerable evidence for the importance of concurrency: a response to Sawers and Stillwaggon | Goodreau Journal of the International AIDS Society 2011 14 12 http content 14 1 12 JOURNALOF THE INTERNATIONAL AIDS SOCIETY COMMENTARY Open Access A decade of modelling research yields considerable evidence for the importance of concurrency a response to Sawers and Stillwaggon Steven M Goodreau Abstract In their recent article Sawers and Stillwaggon critique the concurrency hypothesis on a number of grounds. In this commentary I focus on one thread of their argument pertaining to the evidence derived from modelling work. Their analysis focused on the foundational papers of Morris and Kretzschmar here I explore the research that has been conducted since then which Sawers and Stillwaggon leave out of their review. I explain the methodological limitations that kept progress on the topic slow at first and the various forms of methodological development that were pursued to overcome these. I then highlight recent modelling work that addresses the various limitations Sawers and Stillwaggon outline in their article. Collectively this line of research provides considerable support for the modelling aspects of the concurrency hypothesis and renders their critique of the literature incomplete and obsolete. It also makes clear that their call for an end or at least a moratorium to research on sexual behaviour in Africa that pertains to concurrency is unjustified. Introduction In their recent article in this journal 1 Sawers and Stillwaggon critique the concurrency hypothesis on a number of grounds. They argue that neither the mathematical modelling work nor the behavioural data provide a convincing picture for the importance of relational concurrency in explaining national or regional disparities in HIV burden. They then call for an end or at least a moratorium to research on sexual behaviour in Africa of the kind discussed in this article that is either modelling or empirical studies on relational concurrency . In this paper I focus on one thread of their

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