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New Findings May Inform Ebola Treatment
In a case study published in Science Translational Medicine, researchers describe what they believe is the host response to the blood-borne disease that has plagued several countries in Africa and caused world-wide panic.
New Ebola Virus Vaccines Show Promise in Clinical Trials with Humans
Researchers from the University of Oxford and Janssen Pharmaceuticals believe they have demonstrated an Ebola vaccine approach that fosters immunity for up to 1 year.
Tool for Tracking Viral Outbreaks Receives Open Science Prize
The first international Open Science Prize has been awarded to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and University of Basel researchers for a software tool that is capable of tracking viral disease outbreaks.
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Members of Doctors Without Borders Discuss the Aftermath of the Ebola Epidemic
Members of Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres discussed the aftermath of the 2014-2015 epidemic in a recent webcast.
Ebola Virus Could Persist in Semen of Male Survivors for More Than One Year
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently published a study detailing a case of Ebola virus RNA persistence in the semen of a male Ebola survivor with HIV.
Superspreaders: The Fuel Behind the Ebola Epidemic
A new study reports that a substantial proportion of secondary cases in the 2014 to 2015 Ebola epidemic descended from a small number of superspreaders.
Ebola May Have Found Another Place to Hide Out: The Lungs
Researchers have found potential evidence that suggests Ebola may be able to replicate in the lungs of recovering patients.
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