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Implementation of recommendations for universal prenatal HIV testing, ARV prophylaxis, elective cesarean delivery, and avoidance of breastfeeding has resulted in a 95% decrease in the number of perinatal AIDS cases in the United States since 1992 and a decline in the risk far perinatal HIV transmission from an HIV infected mother to less than 2%.
Data on perinatal AIDS incidence can assist states in the identification of reasons for continued perinatal transmission, including missed opportunities for prevention or failures of recommended therapy (e.