Preventing mother to baby HIV transmission in Lesotho
With no intervention, up to 45% of babies born to HIV-positive mothers could be born with or contract the virus. This can be reduced to less than 5% with effective interventions.
In Lesotho, health workers are travelling far and wide to make sure HIV-positive mothers do whatever they can to prevent HIV transmission to their babies.
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25 Aug 2011
- From the section World News TV