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‘the United Nations has called for increased investment in HIV testing in infants and in fixed-dose pediatric drug formulations, the survival rate of HIV could see to enhance positive infants and children. The agency also recommended that additional screening for other sexually transmitted infections and tuberculosis to reduce the spread of HIV .. The access increases in the developing world, hundreds of thousands of child deaths preventable, says UN reportrecommendations Reaction The report said that ‘greater efforts should follow up follow up HIV-exposed children and HIV to determine status all born children of mothers with HIV / AIDS so that appropriate care and support provided.

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