Published in AIDS Weekly, March 20th, 1995
A.R. Zanetti, Ph.D., University of Milan, Italy, and colleagues noted that the risk of mother-to-infant transmission of HCV is unclear. Zanetti et al. performed a prospective study of mother-to-infant transmission of HCV by following up 116 babies of anti-HCV positive mothers. Of the mothers participating in the study, 22 were coinfected with HIV, and 94 had only HCV ("Mother-to-Infant Transmission of Hepatitis C Virus," the Lancet, February 4, 1995;345:289-289).
Zanetti et al. found that none of...
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