I'd like to highlight this paragraph from the Merck Manual's webpage: "Rarely, EBV contributes to the development of several uncommon types of cancer, such as Burkitt lymphoma and certain cancers of the nose and throat (nasopharyngeal cancer). It is thought that specific viral genes alter the growth cycle of infected cells and cause them to become cancerous. EBV does not cause chronic fatigue syndrome, as was once suspected."
Is this something you have discusses with your doctor? What has your research shown?
Replies to "Hi @healingone here is some more information on Epstein-Barr Virus: https://www.merckmanuals.com/home/infections/herpesvirus-infections/infectious-mononucleosis I'd like to highlight this..."
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