Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 25th, 1995
In a study of 30 pregnant women, New York State Department of Health researchers projected that patients with a load of 50,000 viral particles per milliliter of blood had a 75 percent probability of transmitting the disease to their infants. Below that level, the odds drop to just 3 percent, the study found.
Dr. Barbara Weiser, a coauthor of the study published in the December 19, 1995, issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, said that the research was an effort to find a...
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