Extra Special Care for Birthing Women who happen to be HIV-positive

AJ was the first pregnant woman to test HIV-positive at The Childbearing Center at Morris Heights in the Bronx, New York, in 1996. She was devastated to find out that she was infected with HIV. It was a privilege to care for her. And I know that our specialized care made a difference in her life and her births.
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About Author: Nancy Miller

Nancy Miller is a midwife at the Women’s Health and Birthing Pavilion at Morris Heights in the Bronx, New York, an out-of-hospital birth center in an economically and socially vulnerable community. She has worked with HIV-positive women and taught about HIV/AIDS in New York, South Africa, Uganda, China and Trinidad.

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