One quick blood draw can tell you carry Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV), the virus responsible for mononucleosis. The blood draw is pre-screening for clinical research.
Currently, there are no vaccines against EBV.
Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) is a common virus that most are not aware they carry. It is the most common cause of mononucleosis (mono), which can cause fever, tiredness (fatigue), sore throat, and swollen lymph nodes. Mono can sometimes cause prolonged fatigue and an enlarged spleen. EBV infection may also be associated with developing other diseases.
90% of the population are EBV positive.
EBV is transmitted through bodily fluids.
There are no vaccines against EBV.
Care Access is screening adults towards research for EBV.
Blood samples will be collected to test for EBV.
You may be offered opportunities for future research.
Answer some questions and choose your event location.
Get your blood drawn at your event and receive compensation for time and travel.*