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All children born to women living with HIV need to be tested for HIV, ideally at birth or within the first few weeks of life. This is known as early infant diagnosis. Antibody tests are not used for infants, because the mother’s antibodies may be present in the baby’s blood.

Kenya runs out of HIV test kits for babies

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The Star
10 November 2021

Perinatal Exposure to HIV Requires Specialized, Coordinated Care

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American Journal of Managed Care
19 October 2020