Exposure to antiretroviral therapy in utero or early life: The health of uninfected children born to HIV-infected women

M. L. Newell, C. Giaquinto, E. Ruga, A. De Rossi, I. Grosch-Wörner, J. Mok, F. Johnstone, I. De José, I. Bates, S. Salas, C. Ladrón de Guevara, J. M. Peña, J. Gonzalez Garcia, J. R. Arribas Lopez, M. C. Garcia-Rodriguez, F. Asensi-Botet, M. C. Otero, D. Pérez-Tamarit, S. Ridaura, P. GregoriR. De la Torre, H. Scherpbier, M. Kreyenbroek, K. Boer, A. B. Bohlin, S. Lindgren, A. Ehrnst, E. Belfrage, L. Navér, J. Levy, P. Barlow, M. Hainaut, A. Peltier, S. Wibaut, A. Ferrazin, D. Bassetti, A. De Maria, C. Gotta, A. Mûr, A. Payà, M. Viñolas, M. A. López-Vilchez, M. A. Rovira, R. Carreras, N. H. Valerius, O. Coll, R. Vidal, J. M. Pérez, J. Boguña, C. Fortuny, G. Pardi, M. Ravizza, B. Guerra, M. Lanari, L. Bovicelli, V. Savasi, A. Viganò, E. Ferrazzi, T. Brambilla, L. Bianchi, A. Maccabruni, G. P. Taylor, E. G.H. Lyall, Z. Penn, W. Buffolano, P. Martinelli, M. Sansone, C. Tibaldi, C. Marini, G. Masuelli, C. Benedetto, T. Niemieç, M. Marczynska

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