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Study indicates Ebola may persist in semen for months

Wednesday, October 14, 2015   (0 Comments)

The release of two new studies today sheds new light on the threat of sexual transmission of Ebola by survivors, one hinting that the virus can persist in semen for as long as 9 months, and the other providing strong genetic evidence of sexual transmission.


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