This site was developed to serve as a resource for anyone affected by the Coxsackie B Virus. We will strive to keep this site updated with the most current references, information, and resources. If you have information you would like to share, please contribute!

About Coxsackie B Virus

The Coxsackie B virus is directly linked TO (and responsible for) MANY unexplained AND sudden HEART-RELATED EVENTS that CAN strike any healthy adults AT ANY TIME with no known symptoms of CURRENT heart disease. Infants and children are also at risk. Since it is a virus, there are no antibiotics or known drugs that your physician can prescribe TO DIRECTLY AFFECT THE VIRUS. IF LEFT UNTREATED, IT can be life threatening. Learn More

About Coxsackie A Virus

Type A viruses cause painful blisters in the mouth, throat, hands, and / or feet. “Hand, foot, and mouth disease” is the common name of this virus It usually occurs in children, but adults can also develop the condition. Type A also causes conjunctivitis (inflammation of the eyelids and white area of the eye). Learn More