Having an HIV test when I was pregnant meant I could plan my future - and my baby's
"All expectant mothers wish for a healthy baby. So if you're pregnant it's important to know your HIV status. The risk of passing HIV from mother to baby can be reduced to as low as 1%. Testing is offered to all pregnant women as part of routine health checks. It's better to know."
Photograph of a woman holding her baby.
AIDS Education Collection
It's better to know; 20 years
AIDS (Disease) in infantsAIDS (Disease)--TestingAIDS (Disease)--TransmissionBlacksHelplinesHIV (Viruses)HuggingLoveMothersPregnancy
Terrence Higgins Trust
42.0cm x 59.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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