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We are students from High School....We were wondering about the new disease Ebola...specific cases, the kind of virus, phases, spreading of this disease and origin.
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A short summary of the Ebola virus and its disease can be found in one of the recent Scientific American issues...although I regret that I don't know issue and page number.

Steve J Triezenberg



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