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21 06, 2007

Developing countries: Replacing programmes related to the prevention of mother-to-child transmission with the treatment and care of women infected with HIV

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6 07, 2004

Pregnant women with HIV in developing countries must have access to combination therapy

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Every year over 700 000 children throughout the world are infected by HIV; that is 2000 per day. Most of these children were infected by their mothers, during pregnancy, delivery Lire la suite

26 06, 2004

The Statement and Recommendations : Promoting access to antiretroviral therapy for pregnant women with HIV/AIDS in developing countries

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22 03, 2002

HIV testing pregnancy : the National AIDS Council continues to advocate voluntary testing

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Would compulsory testing for Hiv during pregnancy prevent some children from being born with Hiv infection ? In a statement approved unanimously on March 14th 2002, on HIV testing during Lire la suite

14 03, 2002

Statement and recommendations – HIV testing during pregnancy and the perinatal prevention of mother-to-child transmission

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Drafted and submitted by the Ad hoc Committee on Screening and Testing Approved at the plenary session of March 14th 2002. Ad hoc Committee chaired by Ms Claudine HERZLICH Committee Lire la suite