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Ebola Changed a Man’s Eye Color from Blue to Green

When Dr. Ian Crozier survived Ebola and left the hospital just two months later, he suffered from severe pain and deteriorating vision in his left eye, which had been horrifically changed from blue to green. According to a report from the New York Times, doctors discovered that the left eye of Crozier […]

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WHO Approves Ebola Rapid Test

After the successful trial on a large scale in West Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) has recently approved a new device capable of diagnosis of Ebola virus infection within just fifteen minutes. Hopefully, this newly developed test would promote the rate of diagnosis in remote areas so as to […]

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Scientists Print Ebola Test onto Biological Litmus Paper

Scientists at Harvard’s Wyss Institute have developed the new technology using the tiny piece of filter paper as a handy diagnostics laboratory, which is condensed into a strip in the size of pocket. Such technology serves an inexpensive and easy means for detection of a wide range of infections or medically vital […]

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