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Research during Ebola vaccine trial: It's complicated - Science Magazine


Science Magazine

Research during Ebola vaccine trial: It's complicated
Science Magazine
During an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus like the one underway in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), research necessarily takes a back seat to proven containment strategies, including isolation of infected people, identification and ...
Here's where Ebola could spread based on flight patternsCNBC
Ebola 101: Answers to your questions about causes, symptoms, transmission and treatmentsCNN
Ebola in the DRC: Everything you need to knowAljazeera.com
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Africa in the news: Zimbabwe updates, DRC Ebola battle, and Rwanda sponsors Arsenal - Brookings Institution (blog)


Brookings Institution (blog)

Africa in the news: Zimbabwe updates, DRC Ebola battle, and Rwanda sponsors Arsenal
Brookings Institution (blog)
Unfortunately, lack of trust between doctors and patients during an Ebola outbreak is not uncommon; in fact, early this week, two infected patients fled their hospital during a particularly contagious phase of the disease, potentially spreading the ...

New Weapons In Fight Against Ebola Raise Hope But Face Real-Time Limitations - Kaiser Health News


Kaiser Health News

New Weapons In Fight Against Ebola Raise Hope But Face Real-Time Limitations
Kaiser Health News
Although there is optimism that the Ebola outbreak in central Africa can still be quickly contained, the fight is already becoming more complex, health experts said this week. Novel tactics — a new vaccine already in use, and new antibody or drug ...

Research Roundup: Umbilical blood aids stroke recovery, promising Ebola vaccine put to test and more! - Speaking of Research


Speaking of Research

Research Roundup: Umbilical blood aids stroke recovery, promising Ebola vaccine put to test and more!
Speaking of Research
Monkeys essential to effective Ebola vaccine. The use of a new Ebola vaccine was used for the first time this week in the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The vaccine has been proven safe and effective in nonhuman primates but ...

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Past use of disinfectants and PPE for Ebola could inform future outbreaks - EurekAlert (press release)


EurekAlert (press release)

Past use of disinfectants and PPE for Ebola could inform future outbreaks
EurekAlert (press release)
Data from the 2014 Ebola virus outbreak at two Sierra Leone facilities reveal daily usage rates for disinfectant and personal protective equipment, informing future outbreaks, according to a study published May 24, 2018 in the open-access journal PLOS ...

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Vaccines Alone Won't Beat Ebola - The Atlantic


The Atlantic

Vaccines Alone Won't Beat Ebola
The Atlantic
Three people who had been infected with Ebola recently left an isolation ward at Wangata Hospital against medical advice, according to the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Ministry of Health. The hospital lies in Mbandaka, a city of 1.2 million ...
Ebola Patients Escape Hospital, Increasing Fear of Massive OutbreakNew York Magazine
New Ebola Tactics Raise Hope but May Sow ConfusionNew York Times
The success of the new Ebola vaccine will hinge on trustVox
National Catholic Reporter -CBC.ca -Task & Purpose
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Two Ebola patients who fled quarantine may have exposed dozens to virus - Washington Post


Washington Post

Two Ebola patients who fled quarantine may have exposed dozens to virus
Washington Post
Health officials in Congo are anxious to contain the country's deadly Ebola outbreak — which has already spread to an urban area — before the situation gets any worse. But controlling the virus may have just gotten tougher. On Thursday, a senior ...
2 Ebola patients escape from treatment facility in Congo, raising fears virus could spreadCNN
Congo says confirmed Ebola cases have reached 30; 8 deathsWRAL.com
Ebola Fight in Congo Faces Obstacles Amid More Suspected CasesBloomberg

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NIH begins testing Ebola treatment in early-stage trial - National Institutes of Health (press release)


National Institutes of Health (press release)

NIH begins testing Ebola treatment in early-stage trial
National Institutes of Health (press release)
A first-in-human trial evaluating an experimental treatment for Ebola virus disease has begun at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. The Phase 1 clinical trial is examining the safety and tolerability of a single ...

Where could Ebola spread? - NBCNews.com


NBCNews.com

Where could Ebola spread?
NBCNews.com
An outbreak of Ebola virus disease is worsening in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and health workers are racing to vaccinate those at highest risk with an experimental vaccine. They're also mobilizing to try to stop any further spread. The virus ...
Ebola outbreak death toll reaches 27 in Congo, WHO saysCNN
How Bats Could Help Scientists Stop Ebola Outbreaks Before They StartLive Science
3 Ebola patients escape quarantine in large Congolese city amid growing outbreakABC News
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Morning Break: The DNA Talk; Ebola Containment Teetering; Va. Medicaid Expansion? - MedPage Today


MedPage Today

Morning Break: The DNA Talk; Ebola Containment Teetering; Va. Medicaid Expansion?
MedPage Today
(Wired). Hopes of containing Africa's new Ebola outbreak took a hit when three infected patients bolted from quarantine in Mbandaka, population 1.2 million. (Daily Star). And India's Nipah virus outbreak may have spread beyond the state of Kerala ...

Happening Today: Michael Cohen, Volcano, Ebola, Philip Roth, 'The Voice' - NBC New York


NBC New York

Happening Today: Michael Cohen, Volcano, Ebola, Philip Roth, 'The Voice'
NBC New York
Congo's health ministry announced six new confirmed Ebola cases and two new suspected cases as vaccinations entered a second day in an effort to contain the deadly virus in a city of more than 1 million. Dozens of health workers in the northwestern ...

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