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Oct 25, 2014
Ebola vaccine possibly ready for testing on humans years ago, sat on shelf
Canadian and American scientists reported years ago that they had created a vaccine that would protect monkeys from the deadly Ebola virus, 100 percen...
Oct 24, 2014
Obama expresses cautiously, more confident about U.S. Ebola situation
United States President Barack Obama expressed cautious optimism regarding the Ebola situation in the country on Wednesday. This was following th...
Oct 23, 2014
Nearly three-fourths of Americans support travel ban from Ebola-hit countries
A new poll by Reuters/Ipsos shows that almost three-fourths of Americans are in favor of a ban on civilian flights in and out of the West African coun...
Oct 21, 2014
Ebola waste poses challenge to U.S. hospitals
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was technically correct when it guaranteed people this month that most hospitals in the U.S. coul...
Oct 20, 2014
What CDC Can Do To Fight Ebola
The Ebola epidemic in Africa and fears of it spreading in the U.S. have turned the nation's attention to the federal government's front-line public he...
Oct 20, 2014
GOPs criticize Ebola response Czar, appointee gets support
Republican lawmakers are criticizing the Obama administration for appointing former vice presidential aide Ron Klain as the Ebola response manager, bu...
Oct 19, 2014
Obama to appoint Ron Klain Ebola ‘Czar’, opposes travel ban
United States president Barack Obama will name Ron Klain Ebola "czar" to systematize the fight against the deadly virus in the United States, but he s...
Oct 16, 2014
U.S. establishes Ebola “Swat team” to help within hours of a case
The United States is forming a quick-response team to provide assistance to hospitals "within hours" whenever an Ebola case surfaces, Centers for Dise...
Oct 15, 2014
Nurse with Ebola well, NBC correspondent apologizes for violating quarantine
The Dallas nurse infected with Ebola is doing well while NBC medical correspondent issued a public apology for violating quarantine.
Oct 13, 2014
Dallas hospital worker tests positive for Ebola
A Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital worker, who cared for Liberian patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who died from Ebola infection last week, was tested po...
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