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The WHO will launch a $100 million plan tomorrow, and the CDC advises against nonessential travel.
The illness continues to exact a heavy toll on healthcare workers and disrupt aid.
The 45 new cases and 28 deaths raise the outbreak total to 1,093 infections, 660 of them fatal.
Sierra Leone's new cases nudge its total ahead of Guinea's, and Liberia also adds to its illness and death totals.
The new numbers bring history's largest Ebola outbreak to 982 cases and 613 deaths.
The WHO confirms 85 new cases and 68 deaths, and a study shows evidence for the disease in the area in 2006.
With 44 new infections in recent days, the deadly outbreak has reached 888 cases.
Health ministers from 11 African nations and partners adopt a basic strategy to battle the disease.
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