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Transplant recipients are at higher risk for viral infections. When compared with the general population, they shed virus and become infected more frequently, are more likely to develop more severe disease, and may respond more slowly to standard therapy. This discussion will focus on the more common human herpes viral infections affecting kidney transplant recipients, highlighting recent advances in the prevention and treatment of disease.
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Doctors Dorneich, Wu and Berrios have reported no relevant relationships with any entities producing health care goods or services.
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