Kadapa: A one-day work district level work shop was jointly organised by District Medical& Health Department and Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences(RIMS) here on Saturday. The meet discussed measures to be taken to prevent transmission of syphilis and other communicable diseases from parent to children. Medical staff were advised to show humanity while dealing with the pregnant women affected by HIV/AIDS and Syphilis and other communicable diseases. The work shop also decided to motivate the pregnant women immediately to approach the PHC’s ,CHC’s, areas hospitals to get cured of their diseases in initial stage. Also Read – Women docs appointed in key posts in Tirupati Advertise With Us On this occasion medical staff working in various capacities shared their experiences while dealing the HIV/AIDS patients at their work places. DM&HO Dr Umasundary said that there will be hundred percent chances for totally eradicating the communicable diseases among children if the pregnant women approached the doctor in early stage. Additional DM&HO Dr. Khadhar Valli said that doctors should feel more responsible by suggesting correct treatment in time when they noticed HIV/AIDS and Syphilis among pregnant women so that children will not get the disease. On this occasion DM&HO has released broacher on elimination of PTCT. RIMS Superintendent Dr. Giridhar and others were present.