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Ebola May Linger in Men's Semen for More Than 2 Years

Particles of Ebola virus (Zaire) obtained from cell culture fluid.  Credit: Elena Ryabchikova, Institute of Chemical Biology and Fundamental Medicine, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science

CLICK HERE - STUDY - Ebola Virus RNA Detection in Semen More than Two Years After Resolution of Acute Ebola Virus Infection - by Tia Ghose - August 1, 2017

Ebola may linger in men's semen for more than two years, a new study suggests.

What's more, at least one man who survived Ebola and then tested negative for the presence of the virus in his semen later tested positive, the new study found.

The findings raise questions about how long Ebola can linger in special immune hideouts in the body.




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