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All children born to women living with HIV need to be tested for HIV, ideally at birth. Antibody tests are not used for infants, because the mother’s antibodies may be present in the baby’s blood.

Second HIV test helps prevent incorrect HIV diagnosis in infants

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EurekAlert (press release)
22 November 2017

Young Zimbabweans miss out on HIV testing

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IRIN Africa
5 September 2014

Barriers to HIV testing in older children

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Science Daily
28 May 2014

South Africa: Paediatric ART flowchart

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South African Department of Health
20 August 2013