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HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child with special attention toward transmission through breast feeding.

Hamzullah Khan, Balqis Afridi, Tahniat Ishaq.

Abstract
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a leading infectious cause of adult
death in the world. Untreated disease caused by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
has a case fatality, which approaches 100%.1 The burden of disease is heaviest in Africa.
Out of 28 millions deaths due to AIDS world wide at the end of 2002, 70% have occurred
in this continent.2 The first case of AIDS in Pakistan was reported in 1987 in Lahore. Late
in 1980-90 it became evident that increasing number of Pakistani men were becoming
infected with HIV while living or traveling abroad. The estimated number of HIV/AIDS
cases in Pakistan in age 15 to 45 years, by year 2003 was 74,000.3


 
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Hamzullah Khan, Balqis Afridi, Tahniat Ishaq. HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child with special attention toward transmission through breast feeding.. RMJ. 2007; 32(1): 79-81.


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Hamzullah Khan, Balqis Afridi, Tahniat Ishaq. HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child with special attention toward transmission through breast feeding.. RMJ. 2007; 32(1): 79-81.



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Hamzullah Khan, Balqis Afridi, Tahniat Ishaq. HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child with special attention toward transmission through breast feeding.. RMJ. (2007), [cited March 20, 2019]; 32(1): 79-81.



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Hamzullah Khan, Balqis Afridi, Tahniat Ishaq (2007) HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child with special attention toward transmission through breast feeding.. RMJ, 32 (1), 79-81.



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Hamzullah Khan, Balqis Afridi, Tahniat Ishaq. 2007. HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child with special attention toward transmission through breast feeding.. Rawal Medical Journal, 32 (1), 79-81.



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Hamzullah Khan, Balqis Afridi, Tahniat Ishaq. "HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child with special attention toward transmission through breast feeding.." Rawal Medical Journal 32 (2007), 79-81.



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Hamzullah Khan, Balqis Afridi, Tahniat Ishaq. "HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child with special attention toward transmission through breast feeding.." Rawal Medical Journal 32.1 (2007), 79-81. Print.



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Hamzullah Khan, Balqis Afridi, Tahniat Ishaq (2007) HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child with special attention toward transmission through breast feeding.. Rawal Medical Journal, 32 (1), 79-81.








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