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The CDC reports 166 new cases and is investigating 9 neurologic illnesses in Colorado.
Airlifted out of Sierra Leone yesterday, a US doctor will be enrolled in a clinical trial.
As the outbreak tops 3,000 deaths, nations gather to push a global health plan.
A CIDRAP compilation of links to the latest updates, graphs, maps, public health agency guidelines, and Twitter feeds covering Ebola virus disease.
The plan aims at providing clearer guidance on the timing of key actions like vaccinations.
Signs of antigenic drift led the WHO to changing two of the vaccine's strains for the Southern Hemisphere.
The new policy, which calls on scientists to flag their own experiments as DURC, was met with mixed reviews.
Although Ebola activity in Guinea may have stabilized, cases continue to rise briskly in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
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Sep 11, 2014Editorial on the Ebola epidemic by Director Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH, published in The New York Times addresses two possible scenarios and what needs to be done now.
Aug 1, 2014Editorial on Ebola by Director Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH, published in The Washington Post.
Jul 31, 2014CIDRAP News readership growth continues: daily e-mail subscribers now exceed 5,700, @CIDRAP Twitter followers have increased to more than 3,500, and website users for the year-to-date are up 49% over 2013.
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