Published in Blood Weekly, September 7th, 1998
While both reports found the virus to have worldwide distribution (the bad news), a study from London's Institute of Hepatology suggests it has little or no clinical impact.
The DNA virus, first detected in a high prevalence of Japanese hepatitis patients, was found to be common in patients with liver disease living in the United Kingdom in the Institute of Hepatology study reported by Nikolai V. Naoumov and colleagues ("Presence of a Newly Described Human DNA Virus [TTV] in Patients with Liver Disease,"...
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