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Researchers also report promising findings in monkeys for a new antiviral, and CDC experts discuss response steps.
WHO sees some promising signs amidst the continuing jagged pattern of cases.
(CIDRAP News) – A pair of vaccines created by a Canadian-based international team of researchers protected monkeys against the lethal Ebola and Marburg viruses, according to a new report in Nature Medicine.
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