Many regional and local conferences invite media and trivial and sometimes erroneous work done by locally influential doctors is highlighted."
“I wanted to add to this discussion by considering the household-level treatment of children with fever. Certainly in Sierra Leone, wrapping children up in blankets was common, exacerbating the problem.”
As a personal observation (and I stress I am not an expert) it seems odd to me that there is such an emphasis on infant feeding policies for whole populations of countries, with apparently little attention to the individual circumstances of mothers. From what I can understand, the national policies of rich countries seem to send the message that _all_ HIV-positive women should avoid all breastfeeding, whereas the national policies of low-income countries seem to imply that _all_ HIV-positive women should practise exclusive breastfeeding.