|Women, Communities, and the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV|
AUTHOR: N. Rutenberg, M. Field-Nguer and L. Nyblade
An intervention that addresses mother-to-child transmission of HIV is complex, yet it is one of the few biomedical interventions currently available for reducing the transmission of HIV that is feasible and affordable in resource-constrained settings. This article highlights selected findings from research in Botswana and Zambia and provides guidelines for ensuring community involvement in programs.
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