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What happens to your body if you get Ebola?

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This morning you woke up feeling a little unwell. You have no appetite, your head is aching, your throat is sore and you think you might be slightly feverish. You don’t know it yet, but Ebola virus has started to attack your immune system, wiping out the T-lymphocyte cells that are crucial to its proper function.

Period17/06/2014 → 14/03/2015

This morning you woke up feeling a little unwell. You have no appetite, your head is aching, your throat is sore and you think you might be slightly feverish. You don’t know it yet, but Ebola virus has started to attack your immune system, wiping out the T-lymphocyte cells that are crucial to its proper function.

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TitleFlu and Ebola: how are they transmitted?
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletDept. of Health & Social Care YouTube Channel
Media typeOther
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date14/03/15
DescriptionVideo for Dept. of Health & Social Care
PersonsDerek Gatherer
TitleDr. Derek Gatherer on Ebola Virus Symptoms
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletClass Central
Media typeOther
CountryUnited States
Date22/01/15
DescriptionInerview with Class Central to promote Ebola MOOC
PersonsDerek Gatherer
TitleWhat happens to your body if you get Ebola?
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletThe Conversation
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date17/06/14
DescriptionThis morning you woke up feeling a little unwell. You have no appetite, your head is aching, your throat is sore and you think you might be slightly feverish. You don’t know it yet, but Ebola virus has started to attack your immune system, wiping out the T-lymphocyte cells that are crucial to its proper function.
PersonsDerek Gatherer