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The Well Project is excited to launch our 2020 Annual Report! Learn about our efforts and accomplishments last year.
New CDC campaign educates cisgender women about PrEP for HIV prevention.
The Well Project compiled all our programs on the crucial topic of infant feeding and HIV in this new resource page.
Researchers address unanswered questions about HIV transmission through breastfeeding and injection drug use.
A survey of Black women with HIV found that national policy and cultural beliefs contributed to whether they reported breastfeeding.
North American experts weigh in on the role of breast feeding in the lives of mothers with well-controlled HIV.
The Department of Health and Human Services has updated its HIV treatment and prevention guidelines for pregnant people and their infants.
Study results confirm that dolutegravir is a safe and effective treatment for pregnant women with HIV.
PrEPception, breast feeding and HIV trial participation are front and center in updated federal guidelines.
This finding comes from a small focus group of mothers living with HIV in Canada, most of them born in low-income nations.
The Well Project asked A Girl Like Me blogger Heather O’Connor about breastfeeding as a woman living with HIV in the United States.
Dozens of breast milk samples from women with the coronavirus suggest that breast milk isn’t a source of infection for infants.
How do current HIV and breastfeeding guidelines impact women’s lives? We convened a session with community experts at USCA 2019 to discuss.
Deciding how to feed your infant can be confusing for parents with HIV. Read about benefits & risks of several options for nourishing a baby
Our upcoming “Breastfeeding and HIV: What We Know and Considerations for Informed Choices” helps sort out fact from fiction.
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