Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 2nd, 1998
No infected mothers breast-fed and about half chose to have a cesarean section (which may have a possible protective effect), reported Hermione Lyall and her colleagues at the Imperial College School of Medicine at St. Mary's in London ("Review Of Uptake Of Interventions To Reduce Mother To Child Transmission Of HIV By Women Aware Of Their HIV Status," British Medical Journal, January 24, 1998;316(7127):268). The authors also found that infected mothers who were aware of their HIV status increased their use of antiretroviral...
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