Sumathi Reddy

author of the Wall Street Journal’s “Your Health” column

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COVID patients with Epstein-Barr and autoantibodies could be more likely to develop long-term COVID, says new research.

People with auto-immune antibodies, Epstein-Barr virus might be more likely to develop long COVID

COVID patients with Epstein-Barr and autoantibodies could be more likely to develop long-term COVID, says new research.

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