As midwives we are ever involved in measures to prevent maternal, fetal and newborn death. In the last couple of decades, we have added measures around HIV infection in order to prevent death of women and their babies from AIDS. But are we doing enough?
About Author: Nancy Miller
Nancy Miller is a midwife at the Women’s Health and Birthing Pavilion at Morris Heights in the Bronx, New York, an out-of-hospital birth center in an economically and socially vulnerable community. She has worked with HIV-positive women and taught about HIV/AIDS in New York, South Africa, Uganda, China and Trinidad.
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