There is no such thing as chronic active Epstein Barr virus.
There is such a thing as chronic active hepatitis, but that is a completely different virus.
So I am not sure what you are talking about.
People either have the acute antibodies, or the antibodies that indicate a past infection.
The virus can cause a post viral syndrome. Regular medicine has no specific treatment for this.
One can carry an early antigen D antibody, which some think gives a higher risk to extended symptoms and problems from Epstein Barr.
Regular medicine again has no specific treatment to this.
If you can put in your anti body profile, I can further evaluate this.
OK, so that is an initial answer….
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