HIV and infant feeding

Balancing HIV prevention with protection from other causes of child mortality

Infant feeding practices recommended to mothers known to be HIV-infected should support the greatest likelihood of HIV-free survival of their children and not harm the health of mothers. To achieve this, prioritization of prevention of HIV transmission needs to be balanced with meeting the nutritional requirements and protection of infants against non-HIV morbidity and mortality...


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1. Our HIV policy

2. Epidermics of HIV in Africa

3. HIV and infant feeding

4. HIV control at home. living with HIV

5. HIV in Pregnancy

6. HIV operational plan 2013

7. HIV preexposure prophylaxis

8. HIV Prevention in healthcare workers

9. HIV RX for adults

10. HIV RX in children

11. HIV RX in couples

12. HIV virus and transmission

13. Prevention of HIV in the general public

14. Rx of pregnant women

15. WHO on Rx of HIV 2013

16. WHO_HIV_2012.12_eng