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What are the usual outcomes of slow viral diseases
They are often neurological diseases or malignancy; some chronic inflammatory conditions may be due to viruses
How are Herpes viruses reactivated
Latency associated transcripts (LATs) are suppressed by reactivation stimuli
What is the pathogenesis of PML
Plaques of demyelination surrounded by virus replicating oligodendrogliocytes
What is an experimental treatment for BK virus
Cidofovir
What causes Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis
Caused by variant measles virus which replicates persistently in the CNS