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The latest Ebola treatments, from plasma to ZMapp

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Vaccine trials have begun in the US for one vaccine, while doctors are also using plasma from a recent patient.
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Should doctors “have” to treat Ebola patients?

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Should doctors be forced to treat Ebola patients? Or should they have the right to refuse?
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The GOP’s Ebola death panels

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The Republican party just gutted President Obama’s request to study experimental Ebola treatments.
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The latest on the African Ebola outbreak

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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. ...
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Could statins help treat Ebola?

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In other Ebola news, American patient Brantly may be discharged soon.
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Liberian Ebola clinic attacked by mob, 29 patients have fled

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About 29 patients who may be infected with Ebola are unaccounted for and have presumably fled.
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The difficulty of treating, and containing, Ebola locally

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Here’s why patients can’t be treated in Africa, versus transporting them to other countries.
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Ebola Update: Situation worsens in Africa, untested drug out of stock

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ZMapp, a monoclonal antibody drug, is currently untested in humans. It’s also out of stock for months to come.
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Ebola Update: The hysteria grows

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One major problem in both Africa and the US is the growing hysteria about Ebola.
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Ebola Update: WHO raises alert level, as travel restrictions begin

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Guinea closes its borders with Sierra Leone and Liberia, while WHO declares a “public health emergency.”
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