Comparison of HIV-positive women with children and without children accessing HIV care and treatment in the IeDEA Central Africa cohort.

@article{Freeman2012ComparisonOH,
  title={Comparison of HIV-positive women with children and without children accessing HIV care and treatment in the IeDEA Central Africa cohort.},
  author={Anna Freeman and Jaclyn Newman and Jennifer J. Hemingway-Foday and Jeniffer Iriondo-Perez and Karen Stolka and Wilfred Akam and Ashue Balimba and Lucien Kalenga and Marcel Mbaya and Brigitte Mfangam Molu and Henri Mukumbi and Th{\^e}odore Niyongabo and Godfrey B. Woelk and Modeste Kiumbu and Joseph Atibu},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2012},
  volume={24 6},
  pages={673-9}
}
Globally, women comprise half of all people living with HIV, but in sub-Saharan Africa, women are disproportionately affected. Data were obtained from 8419 HIV-infected women at enrollment into 10 HIV treatment programs in Cameroon, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo as part of the Central Africa region of the International Epidemiological Database to Evaluate AIDS. We used chi-squared tests to determine if distributions between women with children differed from those without… CONTINUE READING
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