October 11, 2015

TRUE: Pauline Cafferkey case shows we still know little of Ebola’s long-term effects. “More than a year after the epidemic, doctors are still learning about the long-term effects of Ebola. Before the latest outbreak, which has killed 11,300 people in west Africa, it was known that the virus remained in semen and vaginal fluid, and survivors were advised to abstain from sex for three months after recovery. This year US researchers and medics have discovered that the virus also continues to be present in ocular fluid in the eye and in spinal fluid.”

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