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Breast milk is a potential COVID-19 cure – Research reveals


Breast milk is a potential COVID-19 cure according to recent research.

Many researchers are finding alternative ways to et the care for the coronavirus and some have brought up the idea of human breast milk.

She made her intentions known in early April.

Breasts Milk Can Cure Coronavirus – Big breast Lady quizzes ,Nigerian had previously suggested that Breast milk is a potential COVID-19 cure.

In a post, Rebecca Powell, Ph.D., is asking mothers of newborns to donate breast milk to her study, with hopes of analyzing its healing powers.

Are you a healthy, lactating person in NYC? Do you own a breast pump? Are you comfortable expressing breast milk that your baby will not need?” reads the wanted ad, produced by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

“The hypotheses is generally that there would be antibodies in the milk against COVID-19 because there is some proportion of antibodies in milk that comes from blood,” explains Dr Powell.

“I’m don’t recommend anyone to buy bodily fluids online and ingest them. Any bodily fluid can also carry other illnesses. I’m talking about purifying specific antibodies from the milk and using therapeutically.”

“It was never done with SARS, it was never done with MERS, and even for flu, which is so well-studied,” said Powell. “The data on milk protection is actually really sparse, unfortunately.”

Meanwhile, a research is currently underway to understand the impacts of COVID 19 infection on pregnant women. Data are limited, but at present, there is no evidence that they are at higher risk of severe illness than the general population.

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However, due to changes in their bodies and immune systems, we know that pregnant women can be badly affected by some respiratory infections. It is therefore important that they take precautions to protect themselves against COVID-19, and report possible symptoms (including fever, cough or difficulty breathing) to their healthcare provider.

Source: Adepanews

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