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Nearly 18 months after the nation reported its first case, the WHO declared it Ebola-free.
Data management problems were linked to many challenges and presented a missed research opportunity, the team reported.
Cases in a Liberian hot spot last summer may have been triple what was reported.
For the 2nd week in a row, Guinea reported 3 new Ebola patients, all from the same family and one pregnant.
The ECDC says more study is needed on the reappearance of viral RNA in a UK nurse.
Researchers also report promising findings in monkeys for a new antiviral, and CDC experts discuss response steps.
Cases were at the lowest point since the outbreak was first reported in March 2014.
In other developments, the HHS announced more funding for a rapid Ebola test.
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