New Research Discovers Early Signs of Ebola in Patients

April 4, 2018
Boston University researchers have analyzed data from monkeys exposed to Ebola virus and discovered possible markers for early diagnosis of the disease. By recognizing previous techniques of testing monkeys was not a true test to human response, the scientists chose to expose the disease through mucosal surfaces. They discovered the gene patterns within diseased monkeys showed up in the same pattern across all the subjects who got sick. Many say that there is more research needed to find the subtle signals towards early diagnosis. Read the full article here.

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