On this podcast, I wanted to look at the once common, highly contagious disease, chickenpox.

Joining me today to answer some questions about chickenpox is Donald Kaye, MD. Dr Kaye is  Professor of Medicine at the Drexel University College of Medicine.

He is also an Associate Editor at the website, ProMED-mail.


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