The Ebola virus may persist in some men’s semen for 9 months after they were initially infected, for longer than previously thought, according to preliminary research that came out on Wednesday. This is according to the New England journal of Medicine; it said that the virus can linger in the body causing health problems for months or even years. The study provides evidence that survivors need continued, substantial support for the next six to twelve months to meet these challenges.The latest study was released just as a British nurse fell critically ill due to a resurgence of the Ebola virus following her successful treatment.

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