Published in AIDS Weekly, June 27th, 2005
According to a recently published report from the United States, "Little is known about how mothers living with HIV communicate to their children about HIV risk.
"The current study explored communication between mothers and children about prevention and risk behaviors, the impact of maternal HIV infection and child knowledge of HIV and concordance in reports from mothers and their children."
"The sample comprised 220 mothers and their early adolescent children (10-14 years old) who resided in socioeconomically disadvantaged,...
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