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Contracting mono as a child raises autoimmune disease risks later in life

The mono virus – commonly known as the ‘kissing disease’ – raise the risks of at least seven diseases, by sticking to human DNA, according to new breakthrough research  Between 80 and 95 percent of Americans get mono over their lifetime, which may raise their risks for immune-related diseases like ….

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