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Follow-up of transmission of hepatitis C to babies of human immunodeficiency virus-negative women: the role of breast-feeding in transmission.

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Follow-up of transmission of hepatitis C to babies of human immunodeficiency virus-negative women: the role of breast-feeding in transmission.

The Pediatric infectious disease journal , Volume 19 (6): -504 – Oct 19, 2000

Follow-up of transmission of hepatitis C to babies of human immunodeficiency virus-negative women: the role of breast-feeding in transmission.


Abstract

The studies on hepatitis C virus (HCV) vertical transmission, the effect of potential risk factors and the role of breast-feeding have reported conflicting results.

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ISSN
0891-3668
DOI
10.1097/00006454-200006000-00004
pmid
10877164

Abstract

The studies on hepatitis C virus (HCV) vertical transmission, the effect of potential risk factors and the role of breast-feeding have reported conflicting results.

Journal

The Pediatric infectious disease journalPubmed

Published: Oct 19, 2000

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