Cytomelagovirus, or CMV, is a common herpesvirus. In adults and healthy children, the virus is typically mild or asymptomatic. Like most herpesviruses, the pattern of infection is an initial “primary” infection, and then subsequent latent infection, which can cause flare-ups. (Think about genital herpes or cold sores). CMV infection is extremely common. In parts of…

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