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How do current HIV and breastfeeding guidelines impact women’s lives? We convened a session with community experts at USCA 2019 to discuss.
The New Zealand business aims to fight stigma—and give people with HIV a chance to create life.
For the first time, researchers have identified an immune-based difference between such babies based on the HIV status of their mothers.
A large ongoing study in Botswana has found that about 1 in 150 babies exposed to Tivicay at conception developed such birth defects.
The U.S. program for global AIDS relief was launched 15 years ago this month. [VIDEO]
Checking in with our cover babies and their HIV-positive parents
I’m not a parent. I have three nephews, however, and I’m happy having the role of uncle. I wasn’t always satisfied with being childless.
Pregnant women with hepatitis C have an estimated 5.8 percent risk of transmitting the virus, a risk that doubles if they are coinfected
Proof that any Canadian children have been functionally cured of HIV has so far been elusive, with one child experiencing viral rebound after...
An HIV Prevention Justice Alliance coordinator on the injustice behind a second baby functionally cured of HIV.
A second baby born with HIV has no evidence of the virus in her body following an aggressive treatment regimen given shortly after birth.
An excerpt from an upcoming ebook on serodiscordant couples trying to have a baby.
For HIV-positive newborns, immediate treatment followed by a treatment interruption provides better results than waiting to begin therapy unti...
A legal battle has ensued between a Minnesota family who want to take their HIV-positive 4-month-old boy off antiretrovirals and the Mower Cou...
A group of scientists is laying the groundwork for an attempt to replicate the case of the child who was apparently functionally cured of HIV.
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