Lassa fever: diagnosis in hours

Developments in molecular diagnostics led to a swift diagnosis of Lassa fever in a 52-year-old British aid worker in March. Treatment has to be within six days of onset if the prognosis is to be good, so speed of diagnosis is vital.

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