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Monkeypox: we have vaccines and drugs to treat it

By Parastou Donyai, Professor of Social and Cognitive Pharmacy, University of Reading
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Medicines are not normally needed to treat monkeypox. The illness is usually mild and most people infected will recover within a few weeks without needing treatment. But there are vaccines that can be used to control monkeypox outbreaks, which some countries are already using. And treatments do exist for those who become quite ill from the virus.

Monkeypox belongs to the OrthopoxvirusThe Conversation

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