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Cases in a Liberian hot spot last summer may have been triple what was reported.
Nearly 18 months after the nation reported its first case, the WHO declared it Ebola-free.
Data management problems were linked to many challenges and presented a missed research opportunity, the team reported.
One study explores virus survival in semen outside the body, and the other eye problems in a US survivor.
A health ministry official also said two of the boy's family members are being treated for Ebola, and 177 contacts are under monitoring.
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