Preventing AIDS in children, keeping mothers alive

06/29/2011 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

The head of the U.S.'s anti-AIDS program said Tuesday said that an infusion of $75 million -- in addition to $300 million already pledged -- could help "eliminate new HIV-infected children by 2015 and keep mothers alive." The remarks by Eric Goosby, which come on the heels of a high-level UN meeting on HIV/AIDS, said that the U.S. could help prevent mother-to-child transmission, and still save money, by coordinating its work with the the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

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