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  Posted on: Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Ebola Patient Was Not Reinfected: Killed by Resurgence of Virus Lurking in Immune System
Global Biodefense
There was alarm last week among experts when the first reports came through that a patient had died after catching the deadly virus a second time – a case of reinfection with Ebola has never been documented and survivors are thought to be immune.

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