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Impact of the Umoyo mother-infant pair model on HIV-positive mothers’ social support, perceived stigma and 12-month retention of their HIV-exposed infants in PMTCT care: evidence from a cluster…

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Impact of the Umoyo mother-infant pair model on HIV-positive mothers’ social support, perceived stigma and 12-month retention of their HIV-exposed infants in PMTCT care: evidence from a cluster randomized controlled trial in Zambia
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Trials, August 2019
DOI 10.1186/s13063-019-3617-8
Authors

Sydney Chauwa Phiri, Sandra Mudhune, Margaret L. Prust, Prudence Haimbe, Hilda Shakwelele, Tina Chisenga, Mwangelwa Mubiana-Mbewe, Maureen Mzumara, Elizabeth McCarthy, Marta R. Prescott

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