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ASTMH 2016: Minimally symptomatic Ebola infection | Ebola Videos

ASTMH 2016: Minimally symptomatic Ebola infection

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A year after the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, a study led by researchers at Stanford University and Partners in Health identified 14 individuals previously unknown to have had the disease in a Sierra Leone village that was an Ebola hotspot during the outbreak. Results from this study were published Nov. 15 in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases and presented the day prior during a packed symposium on Ebola transmission, vaccines, clinical sequelae and minimally symptomatic infection at the 65th American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting. Rachel Leslie, communications officer for the Center for Innovation in Global Health, discusses the significance of the findings with the study’s authors following the announcement of the results at ASTMH.

For more updates from Stanford researchers at ASTMH, visit http://globalhealth.stanford.edu/news/ASTMH2016.html.


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