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A Longitudinal Study of Ebola Sequelae in Liberia.

N Engl J Med. 2019 Mar 07;380(10):924-934

Authors: PREVAIL III Study Group, Sneller MC, Reilly C, Badio M, Bishop RJ, Eghrari AO, Moses SJ, Johnson KL, Gayedyu-Dennis D, Hensley LE, Higgs ES, Nath A, Tuznik K, Varughese J, Jensen KS, Dighero-Kemp B, Neaton JD, Lane HC, Fallah MP

Abstract
BACKGROUND: Multiple health problems have been reported in survivors of Ebola virus disease (EVD). Attribution of these problems to the disease without a control group for analysis is difficult.
METHODS: We enrolled a cohort of EVD survivors and their close contacts and prospectively collected data on symptoms, physical examination findings, and laboratory results. A subset of participants underwent ophthalmologic examinations. Persistence of Ebola virus (EBOV) RNA in semen samples from survivors was determined.
RESULTS: A total of 966 EBOV antibody-positive survivors and 2350 antibody-negative close contacts (controls) were enrolled, and 90% of these participants were followed for 12 months. At enrollment (median time to baseline visit, 358 days after symptom onset), six symptoms were reported significantly more often among survivors than among controls: urinary frequency (14.7% vs. 3.4%), headache (47.6% vs. 35.6%), fatigue (18.4% vs. 6.3%), muscle pain (23.1% vs. 10.1%), memory loss (29.2% vs. 4.8%), and joint pain (47.5% vs. 17.5%). On examination, more survivors than controls had abnormal abdominal, chest, neurologic, and musculoskeletal findings and uveitis. Other than uveitis (prevalence at enrollment, 26.4% vs. 12.1%; at year 1, 33.3% vs. 15.4%), the prevalence of these conditions declined during follow-up in both groups. The incidence of most symptoms, neurologic findings, and uveitis was greater among survivors than among controls. EBOV RNA was detected in semen samples from 30% of the survivors tested, with a maximum time from illness to detection of 40 months.
CONCLUSIONS: A relatively high burden of symptoms was seen in all participants, but certain symptoms and examination findings were more common among survivors. With the exception of uveitis, these conditions declined in prevalence during follow-up in both groups. Viral RNA in semen persisted for a maximum of 40 months. (Funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the National Eye Institute; PREVAIL III ClinicalTrials.gov number, NCT02431923.).

PMID: 30855742 [PubMed - in process]


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Hi Sophia! Jaco is a good option and only about a 1.5 hour drive from San Jose. Manuel Antonio, Dominial and Uvita are also on a straight highway. If you fly into Liberia, any of the Papagayo gulf beaches like Coco, Ocotal, Hermosa are great. You can also go check out Conchal, Flamingo or Tamarindo. All flat roads to those beaches.
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Can I fly into Liberia, rent a car there, and return the car in San Jose?
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Photo @ CentroPro DH At the end of February, the civil organization World Justice Project (WJP) published its “Index on Rule of Law 2019”, in which Mexico was ranked 99 out of 126 listed countries, worse than countries such as Liberia, Sierra Leone and its neighbor, Guatemala. At a Latin American level, Mexico is still […]
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House Democrats introduced a bill Tuesday to provide a path to citizenship for young undocumented immigrants under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and people with other types of temporary protection from deportation, NBC News reports.

The H.R. 6 bill, also known as the Dream and Promise Act, was introduced by California Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard, and the legislation's co-authors include Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., as well as New York Reps. Nydia M. Velázquez and Yvette D. Clarke, among other lead bill sponsors. 

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[Observer] In a bid to reduce tension and foster unity and development in Montserrado County District #13, Representative Edward Papay Flomo, popularly known as 'Color Green' has extended an olive branch to Senator Saah Hardy Joseph, the 10 defeated candidates who participated in the by-election and other aggrieved residents to end the feud in the district.
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[Observer] This newspaper's attention is drawn to the flurry of public concerns about accountability raised in the wake of President Weah's announcement of a GAC commissioned forensic audit to further probe the findings arrived at by the Presidential Investigating Team (PIT) and the Kroll Associates on the alleged 16 billion LD said to have disappeared into thin air, and the US$25 million infusion exercise intended to mop-up excess liquidity.
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I think Taron Egerton has a good chance of securing nominations due to the nature of the role (as you mentioned), IF the movie makes a lot of money and is a hit with critics. The release date is early, so the movie will need quite a lot of buzz to survive until award season. But that's definitely possible. That said, I am quite convinced that he is not going to win anything. Rami Malek won several awards this year for the same kind of role in the same kind of movie and that will affect Egerton's chances negatively. Especially because Egerton will be placed in the same category as Malek (Lead Actor). If anyone from Rocketman will have a realistic chance of winning, it will be Richard Madden in Supporting Actor. He won't be in the shadow of Malek as much and he is already on the radar of award bodies due to the success of Bodyguard. In contrast, Egerton's last project was a complete failure and he is not critically acclaimed (yet). Even Malek was a previous Emmy winner.
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