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How does Ebola affect pregnancy?

Ebola is usually fatal in pregnant women. Ebola is a deadly virus that is highly contagious when a person is exposed to other people who are infected. Up to 90% of people who are infected with the virus may die of it, and pregnant women usually do not survive.

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