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After this first deliberate transplant from someone with HIV to a person without the virus, does the child organ recipient now have HIV?
Baby boomers still make up the largest bloc of those with the virus, but youths’ injection drug use is sending their infection rates upward.
She was always my biggest fan. And she still is.
An HIV-positive mother on delivering her second HIV-negative child.
An HIV-positive mother on expecting her second HIV-negative child.
The American Academy of Pediatrics says HIV-positive mothers should avoid breast-feeding, regardless of viral load or antiretrovirals.
The first babies born with HIV are now reaching 30, reports The Philadelphia Inquirer in a profile of young adults born positive.
Chicago-based clinical psychologist Chisina Kapungu, PhD, is using a grant from the National Institute for Mental Health to educate the Africa...
About 2.8 million people worldwide have received antiretroviral (ARV) drug treatments for HIV in the first half of 2010 through the Global Fun...
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation pledged $1.5 billion during the next five years for improving maternal and child health, family planni...
Viral load should be kept as low as possible throughout pregnancy, not just immediately before delivery, in order to minimize the risk of moth...
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