Informed choice in infant feeding decisions can be supported for HIV-infected women even in industrialized countries.

@article{Morrison2011InformedCI,
  title={Informed choice in infant feeding decisions can be supported for HIV-infected women even in industrialized countries.},
  author={Pamela Morrison and Kiersten Israel-Ballard and Ted Greiner},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 15},
  pages={1807-11}
}
Following the first report of HIV transmission through breast milk in 1985 [1], the US Centers for Disease Control issued a recommendation against breastfeeding by HIV-infected mothers [2]. In the last 25 years, prevention strategies in industrialized countries have evolved to reduce the risk of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of HIV to approximately 1–2% [3] through routine prenatal HIV testing, maternal/infant antiretroviral prophylaxis/therapy (whichever is appropriate) (ART), Cesarean… CONTINUE READING

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