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The chickenpox virus has a fascinating evolutionary history that continues to affect peoples' health today

By Patricia L. Foster, Professor Emerita of Biology, Indiana University
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Chickenpox has largely disappeared from the public’s memory thanks to a highly effective vaccine. But the virus’s clever life cycle allows it to reappear in later adulthood in the form of shingles.The Conversation

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