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New report recommends how to move forward with vaccines and position global health for the next outbreak.
Experts say the world cannot ease up on efforts to fully develop Ebola vaccines.
The organizations have signed an agreement worth $5 million to advance the VSV-EBOV vaccine.
The group of 28 experts continues to offer Ebola vaccine guidance and says its concept could be used in other outbreaks.
An international team of experts says, in effect, "Don't be so sure" about Ebola not spreading by air.
Interim report lays out 14 principles to guide the process of providing vaccines.
All travelers whose flights originate in outbreak countries must enter the US through 1 of 5 airports.
The nurse had flown from Ohio hours before she reported having a fever.
Although Ebola activity in Guinea may have stabilized, cases continue to rise briskly in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Amid fears of out-of-control spread, experts raise the specter of virus mutations that could aid transmission.
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