alexa Strategies for harm reduction among HIV-affected couples who want to conceive.
Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases

Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research

Author(s): Matthews LT, Mukherjee JS, Matthews LT, Mukherjee JS

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Abstract As effective HIV treatments become more widespread, HIV-infected individuals are living longer, healthier lives. Many HIV-affected couples (sero-discordant and sero-concordant) are considering options for safer reproduction. A large body of evidence suggests that reproductive technologies can help HIV-affected couples to safely conceive with minimal risk of HIV transmission to their partner. However, for most couples such technologies are neither geographically nor economically accessible. This paper addresses the options for safer procreation among HIV-affected couples who cannot access reproductive technologies. This article was published in AIDS Behav and referenced in Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research

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