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The prevention of parent-to-child transmission program and antiretroviral therapy services for HIV-infected mothers and children have had encouraging results in recent years. However, the number of HIV-infected children born every year is still very large - more than 90% of all pediatric HIV cases occur due to maternal-to-child transmission (MTCT). This review article illuminates the causes and challenges of controlling pediatric HIV and suggests innovative strategies to address them. This review can help inform program design for pediatric HIV interventions.
Examining the uptake of HIV interventions amongst Indian youth who inject drugs.
by Lakshmi Ganapathi, e... 120 min read