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For HIV-Positive Babies, New Evidence Favors Starting Drug Treatment Just After Birth

16:32 EST 4 Dec 2019 | Bioethics.com

(NPR) – Now, results from a clinical trial in Botswana support that hunch. In Science Translational Medicine, researchers report on 10 HIV-positive babies who were started on a drinkable three-drug cocktail of conventional antiretrovirals within their first days. After they … Read More

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