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go viral

To quickly and widely circulate on the Internet, as of a video, picture, or post. I can't believe that video of our puppy lounging on a pool float went viral!
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viral

Quickly and widely circulated on the Internet, as of content such as a video, picture, or post. Have you seen that viral video of the puppy lounging on a pool float? It's hilarious! This meme is definitely going to go viral.
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The WHO Representative in Tanzania Dr T Ketsela in her opening remarks gave a brief overview of the global picture on viral hepatitis B and C and emphasized the importance of data and setting baselines as these are essential to monitor progress towards achieving the elimination of hepatitis by 2030.
For now, her team is refining their understanding of the intricacies of viral reproduction in host cells.
Among all persons living with diagnosed HIV infection in the 38 jurisdictions, 48.4% had sustained viral suppression in 2014.
The researchers determined how many people in this group had a viral load rebound, defined as at least one viral load above 200 copies or a treatment interruption of at least 1 month.
During the study period, 222 patients were diagnosed with KD, and 86% (n = 192) had respiratory viral polymerase chain reactions (PCRs) obtained.
In a rapidly changing world, Viral Angels provides a platform for the creation of growth and new job opportunities.
Currently Marinomed exploits the anti-viral potential of Carragelose[R] in a variety of medical device products for respiratory viral infections.
And that's the viral video of Eddie Reed, the umpire for the Amateur Baseball Association of New Jersey who became famous for unique call-out style.
The gold standard for monitoring of antiretroviral treatment is regular monitoring of plasma viral load, both to determine that undetectable viral load has been achieved after starting treatment and to ensure that viral load does not rebound above 50 or 400 copies/ml, the limit of detection of the viral load test.
59 women with suppressed plasma viral load on antiretroviral treatment (ARVs) attending an HIV clinic in Rhode Island, US, had paired plasma and genital viral load measured every four weeks for a year, and contributed a total of 582 study visits.
assert that at the core of viral marketing is the transmission of marketing messages through various Internet-based channels by peers (a technique which utilises the Internet to transmit and spread messages among individuals who will filter and forward the messages to their peers).
VIRAL LOOP: FROM TWITTER TO FACEBOOK, HOW TODAY'S SMARTEST BUSINESSES GROW THEMSELVES
Viral marketing is exciting, and understandably so--it's a marketer's dream that by simply planting a video, consumers will not only find it, but also spread it far and wide.