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    Epstein-Bar VIrus
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    brandihoxie posted:
    My one year old daughter just received a liver transplant and my husband and i were told this week that her new liver came with this virus called the Epstein Barr Virus ive done research on it but still confused on if she lives with this the rest of her life how it will effect her and what treatments there are for it. If anyone has more information on this preferably a health expert please email me brandi+hoxie@yahoo.com I apreciate it. The dr. arent telling us much about it. Thank You
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    brandihoxie responded:
    Sorry brandi_hoxie@yahoo.com reply to this email thanks
     
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    Kay_And replied to brandihoxie's response:
    http://www.webmd.com/hw-popup/epstein-barr-virus


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