EACS 2007 : Safer Family Planning for Positive Couples

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Safer Family Planning for Positive Couples

October 26, 2007

Want to have a baby? At the European AIDS Conference in Madrid, Dr. Valerie Stone checks in with David Evans about family planning for couples living with HIV. She discusses the latest on conception, including sexual intercourse between mixed-status couples, and the preventive care needed during pregnancy and delivery.


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