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Mononucleosis is a viral disease caused by contact with saliva, mucus from the nose and throat, and tears. It can shared by kissing, sharing drinking glasses and utencil, or any such contact. The symptoms of one with the disease include extreme fatigue, swollen spleen, fever and sore throat.


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