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A British nurse who was twice treated successfully for Ebola was again hospitalized Tuesday, according to health officials.

Pauline Cafferkey, who volunteered in 2014 to treat Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, was initially admitted to Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, according to a statement.

Cafferkey, however, was being transferred to London's Royal Free Hospital, Britain's only isolation ward for the deadly disease, the London medical center said. She had been treated before at that facility.

She was transferred "due to a late complication from her previous infection by the Ebola virus," the hospital said.



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