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Ebola cases are increasing exponentially in Liberia, where taxis might transmit disease.
The WHO has said that blood given by Ebola survivors may help Ebola patients.
The White House announces a plan to send 3,000 US troops and establish a command post in Liberia.
Much of the meeting focused on effective vaccine, as a US official announced a large clinical trial in Liberia in December.
The move comes a day after the DHS said travelers from outbreak nations would be funneled through 5 airports.
The small biotech and the drug giant announced an agreement today.
Several early vaccine trials are under way, and another American is airlifted home.
The authors say the findings have proved useful in creating a more potent version.
The first batch of an experimental Ebola vaccine landed today in an outbreak country, with officials projecting a trial launch in Liberia within weeks.
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