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Understanding long-term effects of Ebola virus disease

Human survivors of Ebola virus disease are more likely than uninfected controls to develop memory loss, uveitis, and other abnormal conditions, and Ebola virus remains in semen much longer than previously thought.

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Fig. 1: Longitudinal evaluation of EVD survivors and controls.