Oct 1, 2005
Is it possible for HIV positive mother to bear discordant twins? How do you explain this? Arocho
| Response from Dr. Conway
A lot of the mother-to-child transmission of HIV can occur during delivery, by exposure of the child to infected genital secretions of the mother. It may be that both twins are not exposed in the same way, and that one becomes infected, and the other not.
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