Latest congenital cytomegalovirus infection Stories
Stop CMV announces the launch of new education and awareness research grants to improve awareness about cytomegalovirus (CMV), the leading cause of birth defects and developmental disabilities.
“Approximately one in five children with congenital CMV infection will develop permanent problems, such as hearing loss or developmental disabilities" according to an article published
During the month of June, which is Congenital Cytomegalovirus Awareness Month, polyDNA highlights the dangers newborns face when CMV is passed from the mother to the child during childbirth.
A common, yet normally dormant, virus has been found to cause diabetes later in life in people who are infected with it. The virus, known as cytomegalovirus (CMV), can infect anyone and once a person is infected, he or she has the virus for life.
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