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Correspondence
May 1998

Distinguishing the States of Latency and Reactivation Is Important for Human Herpesvirus 8—Reply

Arch Dermatol. 1998;134(5):633-634. doi:

In reply

In response to the reply by Drago and Rebora, we wish to make the following remarks.

First of all, we maintain the conclusions from our study that human herpesvirus 8 viremia in peripheral blood mononuclear cells tends to be positive more frequently for patients with stage III or IV Kaposi sarcoma than for patients with stage I or II (according to the classification of Kriegel et al).1

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