South Africa has set ambitious targets to eliminate mother to child transmission of HIV completely. It will require innovative strategies and continuous quality improvement to achieve them.
HIV negative children born to women with HIV have a greater risk of dying before their first birthday.
A liver transplant from an HIV-positive living donor to an HIV-negative recipient is possible, but there are still gaps in our knowledge.
The first global comparison of adolescents that acquired HIV as newborns highlights the challenges around treatment.
The placenta could hold the answers to why HIV positive women report higher rates of premature deliveries.
Precision public health has the potential to transform the global health sphere by ensuring that the right interventions are brought to the right people in the right places.
South Africa's programmes preventing HIV transmission from mothers to children have been hugely successful. But there are still gaps that need to be filled.