“Ending the Evidence Gap for Pregnancy, HIV and Co-Infections: Ethics Guidance from the PHASES Project”

Informative poster for HIV/AIDS, with a crowd of Indian women holding babies
A crowd of Indian women holding babies; representing a warning by the World Health Organization about for the vulnerability of women and HIV/AIDS. Colour lithograph, ca. 1994. / Flickr

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While pregnant people have been an important focus for HIV research, critical evidence gaps remain regarding prevention, co-infection, and safety and efficacy of new antiretroviral therapies in pregnancy. In this publication, Maggie Little and her co-authors describe the process, ethical foundations, recommendations and applications of guidance for advancing responsible inclusion of pregnant people in HIV/co-infections research.

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