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We have read with great interest the publication from Palanques-Pastor and colleagues,1 and due to the interest in this subject we would like to mention that we also observed no SARS-CoV-2 symptoms in a patient with multicentric Castleman’s disease. The patient was a woman diagnosed in her 20s, who initially presented with sweating, fatigue, dyspnoea at medium effort and weight gain. At the clinical exam, the only concerning observation was that the patient presented with abdominal obesity. Aside from this, the patient had normal respiratory, cardiac and digestive examinations. She was negative for the following viruses: HIV, human herpesvirus 8, hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus, and received four …
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