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The emergency committee holds off on declaring a public health emergency of international concern.
In 2 reports, the WHO said most antibiotics in development offer little benefit over existing ones, and too few are truly innovative.
Antibiotic prophylaxis in women giving birth with the aid of forceps or vacuum extraction cut infections by nearly half.
Immune response lasted 2.5 years for the vaccines, the longest yet in ongoing studies of Ebola immunization.
The review didn't find any new evidence to drive policy changes, but said more research and new antivirals are needed.
In other developments, research teams describe viral levels in semen and thrombocytopenia as a complication.
Ebola cropped up again in two of Guinea's districts that hadn't reported cases in about 50 days.
Liberian officials urged longer sexual abstinence for survivors, and extra response measures are under way in Sierra Leone and Guinea.
Though patterns look promising in Sierra Leone and Liberia, cases spiked in Guinea.
Other Ebola developments include the departure of Cuba's team from Liberia, new information on evacuee contact monitoring, and outbreak case totals.
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