Mothers with history of herpes can protect their offspring from neurological infection

Mothers with history of herpes can protect their offspring from neurological infection

Mothers With History Of Herpes Can Protect Their Offspring From Neurological Infection

Pregnant women with a previous history of herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) infection maintain active antibodies against the virus, and researchers have found that this protection can pass to the nervous systems of their offspring.

Mothers With History Of Herpes Can Protect Their Offspring From Neurological Infection
Mothers With History Of Herpes Can Protect Their Offspring From Neurological Infection
Mothers With History Of Herpes Can Protect Their Offspring From Neurological Infection
Mothers With History Of Herpes Can Protect Their Offspring From Neurological Infection
Mothers With History Of Herpes Can Protect Their Offspring From Neurological Infection

Mothers With History Of Herpes Can Protect Their Offspring From Neurological Infection

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