Patterns of disease often vary with the age or life stage of the subject, with children frequently showing different courses of illness as compared with adults. This is also true for Ebola virus infection, where medical records for previous outbreaks report fewer pediatric cases and, in some instances, better survival rates overall. McElroy et al. (2014) Read the rest of this article
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