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Recent Articles:

7/11/2014 - "Mississippi Baby" Now Has Detectable HIV

Researchers announced that the child known as the "Mississippi Baby" now has detectable levels of HIV after not taking ARVs for more than two years without evidence of virus.

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Updates:

4/30/2014 - IDPH Recommends Repeat 3rd Trimester Testing For All Pregnant Women
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3/31/2014 - Updated Perinatal Antiretroviral Treatment Guidelines Now Available
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Perinatal Guidelines most recently updated March 28, 2014