Undetected Ebola infections suggest the disease spread more widely than thought

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 - 16:41 in Health & Medicine

As many as 25% of those infected with the Ebola virus during the recent four-year outbreak in West Africa may have experienced few if any symptoms and lived on without ill effects, new research suggests. Indeed, the immune systems of these people — the telltale sign of their infection — would allow...

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