July 6, 2011 In countries that lack clean water and an affordable, reliable supply of infant formula, the World Health Organization recommends that HIV-positive mothers exclusively breast-feed their infants for the first six months.
January 28, 2011 The CDC says doctors need to counsel patients interested in taking a drug to prevent HIV. For one, patients should still use condoms faithfully, because the drug isn't a sure bet against the virus. The medicine is also costly and has side effects.
August 5, 2008 New AIDS numbers show more HIV infections than previously thought, and high numbers in the South and among blacks.
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