Immune Response During Lactation after COVID-19 Infection and Vaccination

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Join UCSF postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Yarden Golan Maor, PhD, in an exploration of her studies on lactation & the SARS-CoV2 vaccine

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In Celebration of World Breastfeeding Week 2021, Dr. Yarden Moar would like to share with you the latest UCSF research on human milk.

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  • Lactation with SARSCoV2 infection
  • Milk antibodies after SARSCoV2 infection
  • Safety of mRNA-based vaccine.
  • Immune response after anti-SARS-CoV2 vaccination

No Sign of COVID-19 Vaccine in Breast Milk: Small UCSF Study Indicates Vaccine Safety for Pregnant and Lactating Women, July 16, 2021

"We didn’t detect the vaccine associated mRNA in any of the milk samples tested,” said lead author Yarden Golan, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow at UCSF. “These finding provide an experimental evidence regarding the safety of the use of mRNA-based vaccines during lactation.”

To learn more about World Breastfeeding Week 2021, please visit WorldBreastfeedingWeek.org August 1- 7

1. Inform people about the importance of protecting breastfeeding

2. Anchor breastfeeding support as a vital public health responsibility

3. Engage with individuals and organizations for greater impact

4. Galvanize action on protecting breastfeeding to improve public health


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