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Sep 15, 2001

Dr. Holodniy,

Would a very mild sore throat, a severe muscle pain in the back for 4 days, and very slight swelling of the lymph nodes in the neck together constitute possible ARS? Or are these alone not enough with no fever or diarhea? Thanks

Response from Dr. Holodniy

Again, these are very nonspecific symptoms, that can be caused by a variety of viral illnesses.



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