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Virus adaptability

Viruses are highly adaptive. Because they reproduce so rapidly, they have plenty of opportunity to change their genetic stripes with each new generation, developing resistance to whatever drugs or vaccines we throw at them. It?s this adaptability that poses one of the biggest challenges to modern medicine trying to devise strategies to thwart viruses.…

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