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Maternal antibodies linked to delayed HIV acquisition and lower viral load in infants.
The risk of mother-to-child transmission is less than 1% if the woman is on treatment with an undetectable viral load.
“Although human milk is a vehicle for HIV transmission, its virus-killing properties are significant,” says researcher Rebecca Powell.
Moms-to-be who stop arthritis treatment during and after pregnancy may experience premature births or low birth weight babies.
Right now, it typically takes six years after an HIV drug is approved to obtain data for pregnant people.
A survey of Black women with HIV found that national policy and cultural beliefs contributed to whether they reported breastfeeding.
However, it’s still unclear whether Undetectable = Untransmittable extends to breastmilk.
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