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Cases rise steadily ahead of a meeting to consider use of a second Ebola vaccine.
To control the deadly fungus, scientists have to better understand how it spreads.
In the past 10 days, officials have recorded nearly 100 new cases, and the outbreak has reached 2,265 infections.
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