A new study shows that children born with HIV since the mid 1990s in the United States have been faring well into adolescence and adulthood, according to a Tulane University statement. The study was coauthored by Russell Van Dyke, MD, an infectious diseases expert at Tulane University. Advances in treatment have nearly eradicated mother-to-child transmission of HIV in the United States.

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