|Maternal hiv antibodies in the baby
Oct 31, 2009
Can maternal HIV antibodies protect her baby? If not why not?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Yes, to an extent, but pregnant women with detectable viral loads can also pass the virus to the fetus during pregnancy, at the time of delivery or during breast feeding.
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