Vaccine trials have begun in the US for one vaccine, while doctors are also using plasma from a recent patient.
Should doctors be forced to treat Ebola patients? Or should they have the right to refuse?
The Republican party just gutted President Obama’s request to study experimental Ebola treatments.
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has declared an Ebola outbreak. The government says that as many as 13 patients may have died from the disease, including a doctor and a few nurses. ...
In other Ebola news, American patient Brantly may be discharged soon.
About 29 patients who may be infected with Ebola are unaccounted for and have presumably fled.
Here’s why patients can’t be treated in Africa, versus transporting them to other countries.
ZMapp, a monoclonal antibody drug, is currently untested in humans. It’s also out of stock for months to come.
One major problem in both Africa and the US is the growing hysteria about Ebola.
Guinea closes its borders with Sierra Leone and Liberia, while WHO declares a “public health emergency.”