Can You Get Hiv From Breast Milk

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dear doc Frascino.i am spending atleast 4 hours a day on your website and still looking for an answer ,i looked in archieves and neva found the answer of my question.plz read and i beg plz answer.i end up seeking an escort ,she gave me massage and...
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello Mark,1.Nope.2.Nope.3.Nope.Stay well.Dr. Bob Read more »

HIV, Breast milk & pasteurization

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HIV risk nipple sucking on lactating woman (BREAST MILK and HIV TRANSMISSION)

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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Vitamin A Hikes HIV Loads in Breast Milk

...HIV-positive mothers in Tanzania, those who took vitamin A and beta-carotene supplements had significantly higher HIV loads in their breast milk than women who did not take them (P=0.02), as well as a higher risk of subclinical mastitis. This... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Children Risk HIV Infection Through Contaminated Instruments, Breast Milk at Hospitals in South African Province, Study Says

...breastmilk in some public hospitals in South Africa's Free State province are increasing the risk that children might contract HIV in the health care setting, according to a study presented at a press conference on Tuesday, Reuters reports... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

South African, U.S. Women Donate Breast Milk to South African AIDS Orphans

... Women in the U.S. and South Africa are sending breast milk to children at the iThemba Lethu orphanage in Durban, South Africa, whose mothers have died of AIDS-related illnesses, ABCNews' Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Flash-Heat Inactivation of HIV-1 in Human Milk: A Potential Method to Reduce Postnatal Transmission in Developing Countries

...infant formula may not be a safe option," the authors wrote. Noting that the World Health Organization recommends heat-treated breast milk as an infant-feeding alternative, they investigated the ability of flash-heat to inactivate HIV in breast... Read more »
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