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Jose de Moraes, 54, with the characteristic yellowing of the eyes, a result of yellow fever infection. In January, Jose de Moraes, went to his farm outside the town of Ipanema, and returned home very ill. He had extreme back and muscle pain, high fever and blurry vision from headaches and vomiting, he had caught yellow fever, but was one of the fortunate ones who survived after being admitted to the hospital early. Although he is recovering, and his appetite slowly returning, His eyes and skin are still yellow which is caused by jaundice from liver damage.