Effects of Sociocultural Factors on Infant Feeding With Black African Immigrant Mothers Living With HIV
Etowa, Josephine Bassey
Phillips, J. Craig
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US and Canadian Black African Immigrant mothers are disproportionately affected by HIV compared with mothers of other races. It is recommended to exclusively formula feed their infants. However, infant feeding practices are significantly influenced by culture. This literature review examines socio-cultural determinants of infant feeding choices with HIV mothers.