1/29/15 BBC Scientists are startingto analyse hundreds of blood samples from Ebola patients. They are tracking how the virus is changing and trying to establish whether it's able to jump more easily from person to person. Ebola is an RNA virus - like HIV and influenza - which have a high rate of mutation. That makes the virus more able to adapt and raises the potential for it to become more contagious. "We've now seen several cases that don't have any symptoms at all,"
Ebola Virus infection Published on Apr 6, 2014 Ebola Virus, Ebola Virus infection, ebola virus video, ebola virus disease, ebola virus documentary Over 90 people have died so far in West Africa's Ebola outbreak, which Doctors Without Borders (also known as MSF) is calling "unprecedented." And the deadly disease, reports indicate, is continuing to spread.