Diary of an EHV-1 Survivor

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Twenty-year-old Radar "just wasn’t looking right" when he came in from the pasture on April 6, recalls his owner, Bill McCarthy, PhD. "When I picked his feet up to pick them out, he would just fall into me," said McCarthy. "The next day the state came out and diagnosed him with the virus (equine herpesvirus type one, or EHV-1)."

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