Ebola Crisis in Guinea ‘Has Set Back Malaria Fight’
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Ebola Crisis in Guinea ‘Has Set Back Malaria Fight’

  (BBC) – The continuing Ebola epidemic in Guinea has set back the country’s fight…

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10 Ebola Cases Found During Sierra Leone’s Shutdown
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10 Ebola Cases Found During Sierra Leone’s Shutdown

CLARENCE ROY-MACAULAY, Associated Press FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Sierra Leone found 10 new Ebola…

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Study: Ebola Takes Worst Toll on Babies, Other Young Kids
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Study: Ebola Takes Worst Toll on Babies, Other Young Kids

MARILYNN MARCHIONE, AP Chief Medical Writer Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About…

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WHO Urges Mass Vaccination Against Measles, Other Diseases in Ebola Areas
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WHO Urges Mass Vaccination Against Measles, Other Diseases in Ebola Areas

  (Reuters) – The World Health Organization warned on Friday of a risk of outbreaks…

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Ebola Epidemic in Liberia Could End by June, Study Predicts
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Ebola Epidemic in Liberia Could End by June, Study Predicts

  (HealthDay News) — If the current high rates of monitoring and hospitalization continue, the…

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Ebola Doctors Are Divided on IV Therapy in Africa
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Ebola Doctors Are Divided on IV Therapy in Africa

(New York Times) – Medical experts seeking to stem the Ebola epidemic are sharply divided…

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Hospital Will Pay Duncan’s Medical Bills, Set Up Charity
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Hospital Will Pay Duncan’s Medical Bills, Set Up Charity

  DALLAS (USA Today) — Attorneys representing the family of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan said Wednesday…

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A Look at the Worst-Ever Ebola Epidemic by Numbers
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A Look at the Worst-Ever Ebola Epidemic by Numbers

MARIA CHENG, AP Medical Writer LONDON (AP) — As the biggest-ever outbreak of Ebola continues…

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