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WHO official is "cautiously optimistic" that an apparent slowing of disease activity there is real.
President Obama says policies based on fear rather science could discourage volunteers.
Mixed news on Ebola: case confirmation in NYC doctor, nurse released from hospital, and concern over Mali case.
Mali's health minister announced the nation's first Ebola infection, and New York City said that a health worker who returned from West Africa has a suspected case.
The move comes a day after the DHS said travelers from outbreak nations would be funneled through 5 airports.
The nurse had flown from Ohio hours before she reported having a fever.
The CDC has set up a special team to assist any hospital that has a confirmed Ebola patient.
Much of the meeting focused on effective vaccine, as a US official announced a large clinical trial in Liberia in December.
The event has caused the CDC to rethink approaches and investigate further the role of PPE.
Experts today pushed for new ways to test Ebola treatments, and two groups renewed their urgent pleas for aid.
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