NPR'S Brenda Wilson reports on a new treatment that scientists say could reduce the spread of HIV in developing countries. A new anti-viral drug Nevirapine is more effective than the anti-AIDS drug AZT in lowering the risk of spreading HIV from an infected mother to her baby. It's also less expensive



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