2012 MAY 2 -- A report, "Uninfected but not unaffected: chronicmaternal infections during pregnancy, fetal immunity, and susceptibility to postnatal infections," is newly published data in The Lancet Infectious Diseases. According to the authors of a study from Charleroi, Belgium, "Chronic infections during pregnancy are highly prevalent in some parts of the world. Infections with helminths, Trypanosoma cruzi, Plasmodium spp, and HIV might affect the development of fetal immunity and susceptibility to postnatal infections independently of in-utero transmission of the pathogens."
"Fetal adaptive immune responses are common in neonates who have...
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