Human Breast milk in young children with Norovirus Infection
The investigators hypothesize that children with clinically significant norovirus infection
of the gut who receive enteral human milk will more successfully clear the virus or
experience improved symptoms compared to children not receiving human milk.
- Children with at least two stool samples taken at least 7 days apart that are positive
- Child has an underlying disease or has received immunosuppressive medication or
chemotherapy such that clearance of norovirus is expected to be impaired.
- The presence of other pathogens causing diarrhea that have specific treatments does
not preclude enrollment. However, specific treatment should be offered in addition to