Race Is on to Detect Ebola More Quickly

Race Is On to Detect Ebola More Quickly
Mr. Ririe, chief executive of Utah-based BioFire Defense, was personally delivering his company's device to Bellevue Hospital Center in New York, which is treating Craig Spencer, the doctor who became infected while working in Africa. While flying over … Read more on Journal

Ebola Drug Safety Tests Raise Ethical Issues as NY Times Commends Cuba
Oct. 20 (GIN) – Can you test a promising new Ebola drug by giving it to one sample infected group and giving a deactivated placebo to another? That's the issue dividing medical experts at a World Health Organization meeting this week in Geneva. Read more on Black Voice News

Over 10000 infected by Ebola worldwide: WHO
In Liberia, the country hardest hit by the epidemic, U.S. forces have been building desperately needed treatment centers and helping to bring in aid. On Saturday, Maj. Gen. Darryl Williams, who was in charge of the troops assigned to the Ebola response … Read more on New York Post


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