Longer breast-feeding lowers HIV concentrations in breast milk

HIV-positive mothers who breast-fed beyond four months had lower HIV levels in their breast milk compared with those who stopped breast-feeding, Columbia University researchers found. Of the women who delayed weaning, exclusive breast-feeding yielded lower HIV levels than women who supplemented, according to the study in the journal Science Translational Medicine.

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