Stephen Kalu, who graduated from the MPH programme with a Merit award in 2013 has published his dissertation in the Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research.His work which is titled Infant Feeding Choices Practiced among HIV Positive Mothers Attending a Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV Program in Nnewi, Nigeria focuses on how the HIV epidemic has significantly altered the context within which women make decisions about how they will feed their infants.His study examined the antenatal infant feeding choices and actual infant feeding practices of HIV-positive mothers in order to assess adherence to the 2010 WHO national infant feeding guidelines in Nnewi, Nigeria.Have a look at Stephen's work here: http://omicsonline.org/open-access/infant-feeding-choices-practiced-amon..., Stephen!

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