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09 February 2004

Autoinoculation of herpes simplex virus

The spread of HSV from one part of the body to another. This can result when a person with active herpes deposits a significant amount of virus onto some other vulnerable part of the body - most often a mucous membrane.

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The spread of HSV from one part of the body to another. This can result when a person with active herpes deposits a significant amount of virus onto some other vulnerable part of the body - most often a mucous membrane.
 
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