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Experts say the outbreak likely began as far back as April 2018 and that nosocomial transmission played a big role in early spread.
The outbreak has reached 422 cases, and 74 suspected Ebola infections are under investigation.
Also, new reports cover vaccine challenges and lessons learned in West Africa.
Experts made more recommendations about fractional IPV dosing and also discussed issued related to cholera, Ebola, and diphtheria.
In addition, phase 2 trial of an adenovirus-based vaccine shows it to be safe and immunogenic though protection less than prolonged.
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