Super Cell to Contain Deadly Ebola Virus Discovered in Australia

Source: The LEAD

Monday, July 17, 2017 | Medical Studies


A SUPER cell in the eye has been discovered that can stop the deadly Ebola virus. Researchers from Flinders University, Australia’s CSIRO and Emory University have discovered a cell in the eye that contains the spread of Ebola, giving hope to the 28, 816 people who have been infected since 2013. According to World Health Organisation the average Ebola virus fatality rate is 50 per cent. The Ebola virus is known to live in the eyes of survivors who suffer from uveitis, a common and serious symptom of the virus, for up to a year post-infection.

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