the Third World the Third World, but breastfeeding often the only practical option for feeding infants, which makes understanding the mechanisms of HIV transmission a research priority. Inconsistent findings on the role of anti – HIV antibodies and HIV-specific T cell responses have significant gaps in our understanding of HIV transmission through breastfeeding left. .
Enabling factors could include the introduction of HIV into the gastrointestinal tract through a break in the layer of cells in the intestinal mucosa or immune activation in the gastrointestinal tract more HIV virus to reach this epithelial layer. Protective factors can presents the hostile environment for viruses. By saliva and its various viral inhibitory components.New technologies such oncoplastic and endoscopic surgery, which involve minimal incision , are now available. But a review of proofs shows that oncological safety these new methods is often not depth evaluation.