One year after recovery, Ebola survivors likelier than peers to suffer disabilities

Categories: U.S. Policy and FundingProblems that included compromised vision, mobility, memory and concentration, as well as depression, anxiety and fatigue dogged Ebola survivors a year after their illnesses at rates significantly higher than among people close to them who had not been sick, a study reported in Clinical Infectious Diseases has found. The study examined rates of disabling challenges […](Read more…)

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One year after recovery, Ebola survivors likelier than peers to suffer disabilities