U.S., Liberian Health Officials Collaborating To Study Long-Term Health Effects Among Ebola Survivors

Baltimore Sun: Ebola research efforts shift to improving survivors’ health
“…A research partnership between U.S. and Liberian health officials has launched a study to learn more about the long-term health consequences of Ebola, including the risks of passing the virus to close contacts and sexual partners, and the development of long-term immunity to the virus. [Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute] researchers are to lead efforts to explore the virus’ effects on eye health…” (Dance, 7/10).

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