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Social networks, though, were strong in poorer areas, which helped with disease control.
Researchers used detailed exams in survivors to document eye problems, a common finding.
One study notes that US survivors were plagued with multiple, long-lasting symptoms.
The WHO also confirmed that Liberia's recent cluster was sparked by virus that emerged again in a family member who had been infected earlier.
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