Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 12th, 2004
Topics discussed included testing the breast milk of infected mothers for the virus that causes AIDS, evaluating the effectiveness of generic drugs, halting therapy to minimize drug need, and a new database to help differentiate between the subtypes of HIV.
Researchers David Katzenstein and Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado discussed two effective methods of testing breast milk for the presence of HIV. One method, polymerase chain reaction or PCR, has been used for years to detect HIV in blood....
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