G7 States Vow to Wipe Out Ebola but Offer Little Concrete Action
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G7 States Vow to Wipe Out Ebola but Offer Little Concrete Action

  (Reuters) – Leaders of the Group of Seven industrial nations pledged on Monday to…

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Guinea Reports 27 New Ebola Cases After Previous Lull
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Guinea Reports 27 New Ebola Cases After Previous Lull

BOUBACAR DIALLO, Associated Press CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) — Relatives of Ebola victims are transporting their…

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Liberia Cautiously Marks End of Ebola with 4,700 Deaths
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Liberia Cautiously Marks End of Ebola with 4,700 Deaths

Jonathan Paye-Layleh and Krista Larson, ASSOCIATED PRESS   MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — On the day…

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Liberia Ready to Declare Itself Free of Ebola
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Liberia Ready to Declare Itself Free of Ebola

  MONROVIA, Liberia (USA Today) — This once-stricken nation plans to declare it is officially…

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UN: Lowest Number of New Weekly Ebola Cases in West Africa
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UN: Lowest Number of New Weekly Ebola Cases in West Africa

KRISTA LARSON, Associated Press DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — The number of Ebola cases reported in…

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New Ebola Drug Clears Virus from Monkeys
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New Ebola Drug Clears Virus from Monkeys

  (Irish Times) – An experimental Ebola drug cured three monkeys intentionally infected with the…

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Guinea Shuts Border with Sierra Leone in Effort to End Ebola
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Guinea Shuts Border with Sierra Leone in Effort to End Ebola

BOUBACAR DIALLO, Associated Press CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) — Guinea closed its border with Sierra Leone…

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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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4 More Aid Workers Flown Back to US for Ebola Monitoring
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4 More Aid Workers Flown Back to US for Ebola Monitoring

MIKE STOBBE, AP Medical Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Four more American aid workers arrived…

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