Anti-HIV medicines can cause damage to fetal hearts, research shows

21 noviembre 2014

New research raises concern about potential long-term harmful impact of ‘antiretroviral therapy’ on in-utero infants whose mothers are HIV-positive, but who are not infected with HIV themselves. The study shows that while the HIV medications have been successful in helping to prevent the transmission of the virus from mother to infant, they are associated with persistently impaired development of heart muscle and reduced heart performance in non-HIV-infected children whose mothers received the medicines years earlier.
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