Published in Blood Weekly, September 29th, 1997
"Infants perinatally infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) may have spontaneous clearance within the first several months, and this may not represent true 'infection' but transient viremia," researcher Nobuhiko Sasaki and colleagues wrote ("Loss of Circulating Hepatitis C Virus in Children Who Developed a Persistent Carrier State after Mother-to-Baby Transmission," Pediatric Research, September 1997;42(3):263-267). "This would have implications for how we counsel patients, and when we test infants born to anti-HCV seropositive...
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