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Breastfeeding and HIV
Reducing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV among Women who Breastfeed
Replacement Feeding: Transition to Replacement Feeding by HIV-Positive Women Who Breastfeed

The following Breastfeeding and HIV publications are from LINKAGES Project. Click here for a complete list of their publications.
 

Spotlight on PMTCT: Reducing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV among Women who Breastfeed Spotlight on PMTCT: Reducing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV among Women who Breastfeed
The purpose of this issue of Spotlight is to provide decision makers, program managers, and health workers with guidance on how to support HIV-positive mothers who choose to breastfeed so that they can minimize the risk of transmission and protect their own health and the health of their infant. For many HIV-positive mothers in resource-limited settings, breastfeeding is the only or the safest infant feeding strategy available.

Languages Available: English (04/2004), French (06/2004)
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Spotlight on Replacement Feeding: Transition to Replacement Feeding by HIV-Positive Women Who Breastfeed Spotlight on Replacement Feeding: Transition to Replacement Feeding by HIV-Positive Women Who Breastfeed
Many gaps remain in our knowledge of the risks associated with various infant feeding strategies under different conditions. This guidance, based on the best information currently available, is for HIV-positive women who choose to transition from breastfeeding to replacement feeding at about 6 months.

Languages Available: English (04/2004), French (06/2004)
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