An investigation suggests that a survivor of Ebola carried the virus for at least 5 years and then transmitted it via semen to a sex partner.
As of February 25, Guinea had 9 Ebola cases and deaths; the United States will begin travel restrictions from 2 African nations where the Ebola virus is beginning to circulate.
Survivors had higher color vision deficit, lower IOP, and more cases of uveitis than controls.
Current WHO Ebola case definitions perform suboptimally at case identification in both community and clinical triage settings.
A glycoprotein in Ebola called the mucin-like domain may be of interest in the development of an oncolytic for brain cancer.
Data from a large sample of Ebola survivors confirmed the persistence of Ebola viral RNA in semen for up to 6 months.