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Nearly 18 months after the nation reported its first case, the WHO declared it Ebola-free.
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.
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.
One study notes that US survivors were plagued with multiple, long-lasting symptoms.
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