Mother-To-Child HIV Prevention Program Shows Promising Results In Malawi

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: Malawi’s Approach to Treating Pregnant Women With HIV Shows Success
Sundeep Gupta, CDC country director for Malawi, and Beth Tippett Barr, CDC country director in Zimbabwe, discuss the results of a study examining national outcome results for the Option B+ initiative to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission in Malawi. Gupta presented the results Tuesday at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Boston (2/25).

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