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Ebola treatment rediscovered by physicians

The world has finally received some long-awaited good news on the fight against Ebola. According to a UN report, two of the three countries at the epicentre of the disease, Guinea and Liberia, are documenting decreasing infection rates. At last, some headway on reversing the course of the virus. It must come as a relief … Continue reading

First world care no match for the Ebola virus

Texan health officials have revealed that the first US-diagnosed Ebola patient has died. Mistakes in the initial diagnosis and treatment of the patient showed that the oft-touted first-world health care system is far from perfect. When Thomas Eric Duncan visited the emergency room of a Texas hospital when he first started showing symptoms, he was … Continue reading