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The outbreak has reached 422 cases, and 74 suspected Ebola infections are under investigation.
It's not known if the new Bombali virus can spread to people, but it has the potential to enter human cells.
Depression, headaches, and insomnia are just some of the often debilitating symptoms.
Also, new reports cover vaccine challenges and lessons learned in West Africa.
Of $1.6 billion appropriated, $412 million has been targeted to 131 projects.
Analysis of blood samples provides clues about how the disease unfolds and which patients are more likely to die.
In another study, researchers develop easy-to-use risk scores for triaging patients.
Ebola survivors have 7 times the disability rate of close contacts, and the virus likely causes muscle damage.
Experts made more recommendations about fractional IPV dosing and also discussed issued related to cholera, Ebola, and diphtheria.
About 4% of patients traveled, a potential target for curbing disease spread.
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