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EBV, EveryBody’s Virus

Everyone’s virus

Better understanding this lifelong virus

Better understanding lifelong virus

C'est quoi le virus Epstein Barr

What is the Epstein-Barr virus?

It is one of the oldest viruses known, as it has been living with humans for several hundred thousand years!
But who is this unknown virus that is found in 95% of the world’s population?

Over 30 diseases are linked to EBV

Due to its persistence and action, EBV can trigger or worsen different diseases and disorders. The number of EBV-related diseases is constantly increasing as scientific research progresses.

Les pathologies en liens avec le virus Epstein Barr

Ask your questions about Epstein-Barr

Ask questions to those studying the disease – you’ll be less afraid of what you understand!

About research: useful links and resources

The most up-to-date scientific references on the Epstein-Barr virus are now available to you!

Let's show what EBV is really like with your stories

Cancer : EBV should be considered more widely in routine diagnosis

Presentation : Silvia Gramolelli is an Italian researcher. After obtaining her master degree at Sapienza University of Rome, she moved to Germany to do a PhD in infection biology. There, she started working on oncogenic herpesviruses, in particular on Kaposi's sarcoma...

As soon as there is an autoimmune disease, consider testing for EBV

Country: Germany City: Schriesheim Profession: Dr. in genetics and molecular biology, Gestalt therapist, Naturopath/Heilpraktiker Specialty: genetics, molecular biology, micro-immunotherapy, mycotherapy, micronutrition As a health professional, from your observations,...

I had dozens of symptoms

Under what circumstances did you discover the Epstein-Barr virus (doctor, internet...)? In hospital for my 4 year old son. How did you react? For him it was despite 10 days in hospital and 4 months of severe fatigue. On the other hand, when I caught the virus in my...

EBV and humanity evolve together. If you want to understand the immune system, study the Epstein-Barr virus.
Dr. Damilare Faniran - Researcher