AIDS AND MILK

This file contains references about AIDS and milk and related aspects.
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This references file is maintained by Gabriel Mainer.
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Last actualization : January, 18th, 1998 [334 references]

Breast milk and colostrum of HIV-seropositive mothers are a mother-to-child transmission way of AIDS. Nevertheless, in some countries, breast feeding is recommended, even when there is a risk of HIV-infection. Breast feeding is the most economic and safe system to feed the newborn, and provides protection against infections.
Hyperimmune products are well known since at least 40 years as a method to protect people against infectious agents. The use of hyperimmunized milk or infant formulae enforced with antibodies against infectious agents could substitute breast feeding in the case of HIV-seropositive mothers, reducing significantly the risk of HIV-transmission to their children. At the present moment there is no effective treatment against the HIV infection, but hyperimmunized products may represent an alternative as a system to control opportunistic infections (such as rotavirus, Cryptosporidium, Escherichia coli, Giardia, etc) that are the most common cause of death for AIDS patients.








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