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  •  Ebola vaccine trial for great apes planned for summer
    Ebola vaccine trial for great apes planned for summer
    While there has been a lot of attention about poaching, loss of habitat, and an increase in the consumption of bushmeat, etc being responsible for the decimation of numerous species, scientists are now drawing attention to the devastating effects...
  • Ebola nurse back in hospital
    Ebola nurse back in hospital: Scottish Ebola nurse hopes third time is the charm
    “Ebola nurse” Pauline Cafferkey is back in the hospital – her third hospitalization in just over a year – after suffering complications from being infected with the Ebola virus in December of 2014. The 39-year-old nurse and...
  • Ebola vaccines
    Breakthrough $5 million dollar ebola vaccine in the works
    Since its outbreak in March of 2014, the Ebola virus has claimed the lives of more than 11,000 individuals. It spread from Guinea to most of western Africa and has infected and killed more rapidly than past-recorded outbreaks of the virus, with 28...
  • Liberia
    Ebola in Liberia is clearing once again
    Ebola has been in and out of Liberia for the third time now. The country has been cleared of Ebola twice already but these announcements of an all clear, turned out to be premature.Once again Ebola is clearing as Liberia released the last two...
  • Ebola
    New Ebola outbreak confirmed in Liberia
    Liberia has been free of Ebola for months now. Ebola is a virus that presents with sudden fever, fatigue, muscle pain, headaches and vomiting. This can prove fatal once kidney and liver functions start to decline. Ebola has claimed the lives of...
  • Barack Obama
    Fox News regular says Obama has 'imported Ebola into America'
    With the Islamic terrorist attacks in Paris still fresh in the minds of many, the issue over what to do with the flow of Syrian refugees into the United States is up in the air. While the issue seems to divide many Americans, some have had a...
  • Ebola back in Guinea
    Ebola back in Guinea
    The World Health Organization has revealed 2 new cases of Ebola have just been diagnosed in Guinea, ending expectations that they could now consider the epidemic of the disease in West Africa finally over after a 2-year rampage that killed more...
  • Ebola virus
    British nurse thought cured of Ebola suffers 'relapse'
    Pauline Cafferkey, a nurse from the U.K., previously declared free from an Ebola infection she contracted in Sierra Leone, is back in the hospital, suffering from what doctors are calling “an unusual late complication.”Cafferkey was...
  • Royal Free Hospital is national site for Ebola cases
    British Ebola survivor hospitalized in serious condition
    Pauline Cafferkey was working as a nurse in West Africa when she contracted Ebola in Dec. 2014. She was diagnosed and treated in a London hospital's isolation ward, and appeared to have recovered. As a piece from the BBC today states, she has...
  • Ebola symptoms reported in Birmingham patient
    Ebola symptoms reported in Birmingham patient
    University Hospital (UAB) in Birmingham, Ala. has reportedly admitted a patient with infectious symptoms consistent with the deadly Ebola virus, though the infection has not been positively confirmed. Out of an abundance of caution, quarantine and...
  • Ring vaccination method puts strangle hold on spread of Ebola
    Ring vaccination method puts strangle hold on spread of Ebola
    The Ebola epidemic in West Africa may not be getting as much media exposure as it had during the past few months. But that does not mean that it has gone away. In fact, since it first broke out in Guinea in December 2013, more than 28,000 people...
  • First aerosolized vaccine for Ebola proves successful
    First aerosolized vaccine for Ebola proves successful
    The first successful aerosol vaccine against Ebola was reported by researchers from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and the National Institutes of Health in the July 13, 2015, edition of the Journal of Clinical Investigation....
  • Okavango Delta
    Africa – what’s the score?
    As Ebola phases out of the headlines, and South Korea’s MERS, another ‘untreatable’ virus, takes its place – what exactly is the situation when it comes to looking to Africa for a vacation.According to the World Health...
  • Key to Ebola prevention has been discovered
    Key to Ebola prevention has been discovered
    Dr. Kartik Chandran, associate professor of microbiology and immunology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine¸ Dr. Steven Walkley, professor of Neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Dr. John M. Dye with the U. S. Army...
  • Perseverance and Hope: Facing life and death with AIDS Healthcare, Donate Life
    Perseverance and Hope: Facing life and death with AIDS Healthcare, Donate Life
    The impact of disease and accidents reaches beyond any one organization. Both the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and Donate Life deal with issues of mortality and bringing life and hope from tragedy. The floats created for the 126th Tournament of...
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