Before the Hepatitis B vaccine, up to one-third of obstetricians had been infected with Hepatitis B—chiefly from needle sticks or other exposures to bodily fluids. However, our modern day plague, HIV has no vaccine. What are the risks to doctors and nurses from providing care to HIV patients? In this segment host Dr. Michael Benson discusses HIV during pregnancy - the myths and prejudices of both patients and health care providers - with. Guest Dr. Susan Cu-Uvin. Dr. Cu-Uvin is professor of OB/GYN and Medicine at Brown Medical School. She is also Director of the Miriam Hospital's Immunology Center in Providence Rhode Island, which provides comprehensive care to over a thousand women and men living with HIV/AIDS. She is doing NIH funded research on the prevalence and transmission of HIV among during pregnancy.