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Many women with HIV don’t use birth control.
Children born to mothers on PrEP appeared to have normal growth and cognitive development.
Two cancer specialists detail how the Supreme Court ruling against abortion access will harm some patients.
A study in Nashville found that most women with HIV did not use birth control.
The unique study analyzed infants and their mothers.
People who were covered by Medicaid were less likely to be screened than those with private health insurance.
Up to 1 in 1,000 pregnant women each year receive a cancer diagnosis. Timely cancer treatment improves a person’s chances of survivorship.
However, only 6% of this population received hepatitis C care within six months after delivery.
Prior to the rollout of the vaccine, pregnant Black and Latino people were most affected by COVID-19.
Inequality, structural racism and unemployment rates all play a role in the likelihood of preterm births.
The study examined the risk of preeclampsia in racially and ethnically diverse low-income women.
Universal HCV testing led to an increase in the number of pregnant women and infants diagnosed in a timely manner.
For women with hepatitis C interested in becoming mothers, treatment before or after pregnancy is possible.
The “Free the Pill” campaign highlights the lesser known benefits of access to over-the-counter birth control.
Viral hepatitis is linked to adverse outcomes in pregnant people, underscoring the need for hepatitis B and C screening.
The findings underscore the need for pregnant people to get vaccinated and take other precautions.
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