Pregnancy-Associated Deaths due to AIDS in the United States

Koonin, Lisa M.; Ellerbrock, Tedd V.; Atrash, Hani K.; Rogers, Martha F.; Smith, Jack C.; Hogue, Carol J.R.; Harris, Machelle A.; Chavkin, Wendy; Parker, Artist L.; Halpin, George J.
March 1989
JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;3/3/89, Vol. 261 Issue 9, p1306
Academic Journal
Describes the frequency and characteristics of pregnancy-associated deaths due to AIDS in the United States. Study subjects and methods; Association of intravenous drug abuse with majority of AIDS cases among women; Seroprevalence rate among pregnant women; Effects of pregnancy on HIV infection.


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