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The next generation of Malawi's children stay HIV free with Option B+
<p>Leonie Marinovich</p>
May 20, 2013

With a new treatment strategy for preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV in place, there is hope that the next generation of children in Malawi may be born free of the scourge of HIV/AIDS.

KASUNGO, Malawi, 20 May 2013 – On a rainy afternoon in a village on the outskirts of Kasungu, 130 km north of the capital, Lilongwe, Lexina Lungu settles sidesaddle on  the thinly cushioned seat on the back of a bicycle taxi.

Thirty-six weeks pregnant with her second child, Ms. Lungu is determined to keep her appointment at the town clinic for her final antenatal check-up.

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