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Correction: What Drives the US and Peruvian HIV Epidemics in Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM)?

  • Steven M. Goodreau,
  • Nicole B. Carnegie,
  • Eric Vittinghoff,
  • Javier R. Lama,
  • Jorge Sanchez,
  • Beatriz Grinsztejn,
  • Beryl A. Koblin,
  • Kenneth H. Mayer,
  • Susan P. Buchbinder

Correction: What Drives the US and Peruvian HIV Epidemics in Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM)?

  • Steven M. Goodreau, 
  • Nicole B. Carnegie, 
  • Eric Vittinghoff, 
  • Javier R. Lama, 
  • Jorge Sanchez, 
  • Beatriz Grinsztejn, 
  • Beryl A. Koblin, 
  • Kenneth H. Mayer, 
  • Susan P. Buchbinder
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  • Published: July 17, 2013
  • DOI: 10.1371/annotation/9a6a0c8e-2d01-4f36-9ab8-f9fdfce6497b

Figures 3 and 4 are currently in reverse order. Their legends are in the correct order. Figure 3. Range of variation from year to year for outcome metrics. Each boxplot covers the values for a given outcome metric measured for each of the 25 years in a single run. We show US Model 1 here as demonstration; comparable plots for the other three country/model combinations are in the online technical supplement. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0050522.g003 Please see figure 3 at the following link:

Figure 4. Sensitivity analyses. a) Changes in main partnership duration relative to base model (100%). b) Changes in main and casual UAI relative to base model (100%). c) Changes in testing frequency relative to base model (100%). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0050522.g004 Please see Figure 4 at the following link: