Which country became first in the world eliminate mother-to-baby HIV transmission?

World Health Organisation has announced Cuba has become the first country to eliminate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to baby. Over the past five years, Caribbean countries have had increased access to antiretroviral drugs as part of a regional initiative to eliminate mother-to-child transmission. HIV and syphilis testing for pregnant women and their partners, caesarean deliveries and substitution of breastfeeding have also contributed to the breaking of the infection chain, said the WHO.