Published in Virus Weekly, November 25th, 1996
"Numerous viruses are known to cause clinical infection in utero," researcher Enid Leiken and colleagues wrote ("Intrauterine Transmission of Hepatitis A Virus," Obstetrics and Gynecology, October 1996;88(4):690-691).
"Among the hepatotrophic viruses, the role of hepatitis B virus is well known, and the role of hepatitis C is being researched. Implication of hepatitis A virus in the neonate by fecal-oral contamination at the time of delivery has been described, but we are unaware of previous reports of intrauterine...
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