Traditional birth attendants in developing countries cannot be expected to carry out HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment activities.

@article{Berer2003TraditionalBA,
  title={Traditional birth attendants in developing countries cannot be expected to carry out HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment activities.},
  author={Marge Berer},
  journal={Reproductive health matters},
  year={2003},
  volume={11 22},
  pages={36-9}
}
  • Marge Berer
  • Published 2003 in Reproductive health matters
Pregnancy and birth, fertility and fertility regulation are all greatly affected by the exigencies of HIV and AIDS, and vice versa. Women and infants can only benefit if the respective policymakers, researchers and service providers in sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS, particularly those involved in prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, gain greater knowledge of each others' expertise and seek to integrate the best of both into the care they each offer. The growth in… CONTINUE READING

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