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An estimated 1.6 million children are born to HIV-infected women each year. Globally, the absolute risk of HIV transmission through breastfeeding for more than one year is between:
According to the WHO “Guidelines on HIV and infant feeding 2010,” when environmental and social circumstances are not safe for or supportive of replacement feeding and antiretroviral intervention is not available, how many months should the HIV-infected mother exclusively breastfeed her baby?
According to the WHO “Guidelines on HIV and infant feeding 2010,” who should decide whether HIV-infected mothers should be counseled primarily to breastfeed with an antiretroviral intervention or to avoid all breastfeeding?