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Ahmed, Saeed

Delivering pediatric HIV care in resource-limited settings: cost considerations in an expanded response

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HIV-exposed infants: rethinking care for a lifelong condition

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Linkage, initiation and retention of children in the antiretroviral therapy cascade: an overview

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Beyond prevention of mother-to-child transmission: keeping HIV-exposed and HIV-positive children healthy and alive

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Beyond early infant diagnosis: case finding strategies for identification of HIV-infected infants and children

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Altschuler, Jenny

Promoting a Combination Approach to Paediatric HIV Psychosocial Support

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Amor, Yanis B.

Improved access to early infant diagnosis is a critical part of a child-centric prevention of mother-to-child transmission agenda

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Amzel, Anouk

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Arpadi, Stephen M.

Pediatric treatment 2.0: ensuring a holistic response to caring for HIV-exposed and infected children

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Brewinski-Isaacs, Margaret

Challenges in infant and young child nutrition in the context of HIV

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Chamla, Dick

Evidence from the field: missed opportunities for identifying and linking HIV-infected children for early initiation of ART

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Chang, Joy

Improved access to early infant diagnosis is a critical part of a child-centric prevention of mother-to-child transmission agenda

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Ching, Pamela

Challenges in infant and young child nutrition in the context of HIV

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Chiu, Alex

Understanding the contribution of common childhood illnesses and opportunistic infections to morbidity and mortality in children living with HIV in resource-limited settings

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Dale, Helen

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Desmond, Chris

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Diallo, Mamadou O.

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Duncan, Dana

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Dziuban, Eric J.

Promoting a Combination Approach to Paediatric HIV Psychosocial Support

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Elyanu, Peter

Evidence from the field: missed opportunities for identifying and linking HIV-infected children for early initiation of ART

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Essajee, Shaffiq M.

Pediatric treatment 2.0: ensuring a holistic response to caring for HIV-exposed and infected children

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Feeley-Summerl, Theresa

Beyond prevention of mother-to-child transmission: keeping HIV-exposed and HIV-positive children healthy and alive

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Foti, Carrie

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Ghadrshenas, Anisa

Improved access to early infant diagnosis is a critical part of a child-centric prevention of mother-to-child transmission agenda

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Gonzalez-Montero, Raul

Pediatric treatment 2.0: ensuring a holistic response to caring for HIV-exposed and infected children

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Hammond, Wendy

Challenges in infant and young child nutrition in the context of HIV

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Heap, Amie N.

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Heidari, Shirin

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Jacobs, Troy

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Jamieson, David

Delivering pediatric HIV care in resource-limited settings: cost considerations in an expanded response

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Jamieson, David G.

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Jay, Jonathan

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Kellerman, Scott E.

Addressing and improving the continuum of care for HIV-affected children: challenges and solutions

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Evidence from the field: missed opportunities for identifying and linking HIV-infected children for early initiation of ART

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Understanding the contribution of common childhood illnesses and opportunistic infections to morbidity and mortality in children living with HIV in resource-limited settings

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HIV-exposed infants: rethinking care for a lifelong condition

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Kim, Maria

Challenges in infant and young child nutrition in the context of HIV

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Kim, Maria H.

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Kiyaga, Charles

Evidence from the field: missed opportunities for identifying and linking HIV-infected children for early initiation of ART

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Koumans, Emilia

Pediatric treatment 2.0: ensuring a holistic response to caring for HIV-exposed and infected children

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Koumans, Emilia H.

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Lovich, Ronnie

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Lu, Lydia

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Luo, Chewe

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Marcy, Jennifer

Challenges in infant and young child nutrition in the context of HIV

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Mark, Daniella

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Mbori-Ngacha, Dorothy

Evidence from the field: missed opportunities for identifying and linking HIV-infected children for early initiation of ART

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McClure, Craig

Addressing and improving the continuum of care for HIV-affected children: challenges and solutions

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Melillo, Sara

Challenges in infant and young child nutrition in the context of HIV

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Modi, Surbhi

Understanding the contribution of common childhood illnesses and opportunistic infections to morbidity and mortality in children living with HIV in resource-limited settings

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Muhe, Lulu

Understanding the contribution of common childhood illnesses and opportunistic infections to morbidity and mortality in children living with HIV in resource-limited settings

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Murungu, Joseph

Evidence from the field: missed opportunities for identifying and linking HIV-infected children for early initiation of ART

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Newman, Morkor

Evidence from the field: missed opportunities for identifying and linking HIV-infected children for early initiation of ART

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Ng’eno, Bernadette

Understanding the contribution of common childhood illnesses and opportunistic infections to morbidity and mortality in children living with HIV in resource-limited settings

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Ojoo, Atieno

Pediatric treatment 2.0: ensuring a holistic response to caring for HIV-exposed and infected children

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Omeogu, Chinyere

Delivering pediatric HIV care in resource-limited settings: cost considerations in an expanded response

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Patel, Tejal

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Phelps, B. Ryan

Promoting a Combination Approach to Paediatric HIV Psychosocial Support

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Delivering pediatric HIV care in resource-limited settings: cost considerations in an expanded response

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Reuben, Elan

Delivering pediatric HIV care in resource-limited settings: cost considerations in an expanded response

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Rivadeneira, Emilia

HIV-exposed infants: rethinking care for a lifelong condition

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Rodrigues, Jessica

HIV-exposed infants: rethinking care for a lifelong condition

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Rollins, Nigel

Challenges in infant and young child nutrition in the context of HIV

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Rwebembera, Anath

Evidence from the field: missed opportunities for identifying and linking HIV-infected children for early initiation of ART

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Sabelli, Rachael

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Schouten, Erik

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Sherman, Gayle

Improved access to early infant diagnosis is a critical part of a child-centric prevention of mother-to-child transmission agenda

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Sint, Tin Tin

Challenges in infant and young child nutrition in the context of HIV

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Spector, Stephen A.

Pediatric treatment 2.0: ensuring a holistic response to caring for HIV-exposed and infected children

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Sugandhi, Nandita

Addressing and improving the continuum of care for HIV-affected children: challenges and solutions

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