US panel calls for routine HIV screening in pregnant women
This article was originally published in Clinica
To reduce the number of children born with the HIV virus, all pregnant women in the US should be tested for the infection as part of their routine prenatal care, a panel of experts recommended in a report to the US Congress last week.
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