C Ulanowsky

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Testing women of childbearing age for HIV infection and disclosure of HIV status should be examined from three interlocking perspectives--women's personal concerns, the interests of caregivers, and those of the community. In the absence of specific objections, testing for HIV infection should be considered a routine procedure in prenatal care.
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